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An Interview with My Grandchildren about Color and Race

Their identity began with the color hues of skin and developed into a broader awareness of culture.

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“Granny, what color am I?” Hmm. I thought about this for a moment, and asked my four-year-old grandson, “What color do you think you are?” He pondered my question for a moment, shrugged his shoulders, and…




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Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker is a great-grandmother, creator of Middle-Pause, STOMP!, MPM Publishing, and editing a 4-book anthology. Contact her at middlepause51@gmail.com.

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