Tuesday, June 10, 2008
I think "both" was the point of the article. Can someone who is multiracial really be just one. Is Barack Obama black and not white or white, but not black? Is he African-American, a term that was coined to refer to descendant of former African slaves? Or an American of African descent? Is Tiger Woods black or Asian, or both. Yet he is portrayed in the media as only being black. He married a Swedish woman, so what would his children be considered black, Asian, Caucasian? From wikipedia, Woods acknowledges his diverse national/cultural backgrounds that is only 1/4 black, making his daughter only 1/8 black. So again, what defines someone as "belonging" to a particular "box". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger_Woods#Background_and_family ----- Original Message ---- Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2008 4:56:53 AM Subject: Both Re: I just saw it on CNN.com: Behind the Scenes: Is Barack Obama black or biracial? Why not both? -----Original Message----- Subject: I just saw it on CNN.com: Behind the Scenes: Is Barack Obama black or biracial?
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