Sundays Made Me Forget I Am Biracial

In society, I am considered a passable black women.

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Many times I get confused for being Caucasian.

At first glance, you probably wouldn’t guess my biological father is black. In the same contrast, you probably wouldn’t be surprised my biological mom is white. I am one of those mixed gals; one of the girls with…

From mental health, coffee, and motherhood, these stories will discuss everything in between.

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Mary Jones

Mary Jones

Mary is a freelance journalist, blogger, and creative writer. She writes about health, writing, Delta 8, mental health, and news.

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