Traci A. Johnson, writing for The Baltimore Sun, on “Interracial Couples Building Their Own Support Networks“:
“Interracial people and families are assaulted with all sorts of rude and inappropriate questions from people who feel that there’s nothing wrong with asking,” said Rhonda Bell, the membership chairwoman for the Biracial Family Network (BFN) in Chicago. “They feel they have a right to invade your privacy.”
Ramona Douglass of AMEA is quoted in this article. Read the rest here.