reply to post by milominderbinder
I do know what it's like. My family adopted a black child back before it was the it thing to do. Guess what, he wasn't black enough to be black
cause he was brought up on the "streets". He grew up a "house slave" and a uppity negro and a ton of other names. White people on the other hand
didn't have a problem with it. A kid growing up who had a chance at a new life was shot down and discriminated by his own race because he wasn't
raised by them....How can someone find their identity that way?
And i'm the sick person right? Growing up in south Louisiana do you think it was the popular thing to do to adopt a black child in the early 80's?
You sicken me and your agenda. And you are white, but you know how it feels?