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My White Friend’s Parents Told Her She Can’t Bring A Black Guy Home

Does this make her parents racist?

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My Parents Never Allowed Me To Date A Black Guy

For some reason, I could never forget a conversation my friend and I had about dating. She told me even if she liked a Black guy, she could never bring him home because her parents were…

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