Just to entertain that idea, if that were to happen in a parellel universe somewhere in the mind of an autistic korean child. I would considered that child African because I'm adamant about ancestral continuity and customs. Although that is not a likely possiblity even if the mother was African I would still BE ADAMANT ABOUT MY EGUN and culture.
>If you had a child w/ an Indigenous Am. what would U consider >her? > >>>I used that as a historical milestone regarding >segregration >>and the Civil rights movement. Before that period Blacks >from >>white & Black unions were Black now biracial is creeping in >>the vocabulary as though it is a new social class. >> >> >>>Y did THAT, of all things, change your mind? & SURELY U >>>weren't there, right? I'm not following here... >
"Forget Black History Month, how about live an African History Life"-Ansley Burrows