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Author: Brown, Ursula M. Lexile Measure L. With such brief, marginally important exceptions as the small mulatto castes in some antebellum southern cities, anybody with black ancestry or visible signs of black roots was considered black in this country. Incorporating both blackness and whiteness in one body and one self, this mandate denied interracial people whiteness, rendered their racial existence invisible, and pressured them to restrict racial identification to their black parent.
As a result, the integration of partial identifications into a unified identity configuration, which according to Erik Erikson is the hallmark of healthy identity development, was undermined.
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Finally, surrendering whiteness in favor of blackness in a society where blackness is associated with negative stereotypes, discrimination, and oppression becomes extremely difficult. An unknown error has occurred.
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No cover image. Read preview. By gathering hard data as well as a series of intensely personal and revealing vignettes, Dr. Brown offers a rare glimpse into the lives, struggles, frustration and joys of mixed race people.