This rejection most definitely will be a hindrance to the child's development. How does a child with parents of different races formulate his identification?The psychological problems of the racially mixed siblings are of utmost concern. Certainly, the necessary identification is extremely difficult and almost impossible.The child may never satellize (non-satellization) and become maladjusted.The non-satellizer encounters increased social barriers and problems which the satellized child never encounters.fall in love, neither differences in race nor religion can prevent them from tying the knot.
The fact was that her father most likely had a fear of whites from the racism he experienced as a young Chinese man growing up in America.
Pro-Blackness is an enduring statement that the entire global corporate welfare system operates on the unpaid and unheard labor of Black bodies.
Pro-Blackness demands that true histories are taught — not the diluted half-truth peddled through outdated school books in dilapidated classrooms.
Though mixed couples are often scrutinized and put under great pressure from their families and society, the trend of intermarriage will continue to grow and have a very positive affect on the families formed. Miller, an Asian woman, introduced her Caucasian boyfriend Jim to her family, she said, “He [her father] shook Jim’s hand and grunted while looking away when they were introduced.
For the most part, parents of mixed couples do not accept inter-racial and inter-religious relationships, or are at least hesitant about the idea at first. At dinner, he ignored Jim completely, speaking only in Chinese to my aunt (who, incidentally, was surprised to discover he could even speak Chinese)” (Miller 80).