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Which parent most strongly prefers the term 'mixed'...why?  When did the Census Bureau stop classifying persons with 'one drop' as Black?  And,  why?

Which parent most strongly prefers the term ‘mixed’…why? When did the Census Bureau stop classifying persons with ‘one drop’ as Black? And, why?

Whither Now and Why                              1960 ...I am not struggling for racial suicide, i.e., for Black folk to act and think white but for their and their cultural patterns to exist without discrimination.

Whither Now and Why, 1960 …I am not struggling for racial suicide, i.e., for Black folk to look, act and think white but for their and their cultural patterns to exist without discrimination.

Well that future seems to have arrived. According to the 2010 Census, those identifying with multiple races grew by 32% over the decade, for a total of 9 million while single-race identifiers grew by just 9.2%. 

SOLUTION: Our elder, John Henrik Clarke, advised us to raise these children as Black…via ‘our’ culture other wise they would work the benefit of Black people.

John Henrik Clarke was a Pan-Africanist writer, historian, professor, and a pioneer in the creation of Africana studies and professional institutions in academia starting in the late 1960s.

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