I felt lost sometimes, lost in America. By this I mean that I’m a bi-racial child who was raised by a white family, in an all-white neighborhood, and my only association with other races was with the other children they adopted. In school, I was the only minority in my class from the second grade through the twelfth grade, a very long time to be the only one. Where did I fit into the school, our church or society? I didn’t. I was a mixed minority who had no association with any race other than the white race and was never really accepted by them either. I spent my whole life trying to answer this one question, who am I? Well I know the answer now. I’m a good man, a loving father, a brother, an uncle, a son, but most of all, I’m me.
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