Log in to Reply I’m black, scottishc, English and native American and my complexion is hers or a little lighter doing the winter month’s.
Most of these biracials have a White mom and a Black dad. If you were to take a survey, you would find out that most majority has a Black dad and a White mom.
Both of my parents are mixed and my maternal grandmothers are both white and my paternal grandfathers are black. : If you were smart enough to read, you would have read that I said BLACK WOMEN and WHITE MEN.
Also quite a few black female actresses and entertainers have black mothers and white fathers.
Jurnee Smollett, Amber Stevens, Thandie Newton, Lela Arcieri, Salli Richardson, Mayah Rudolph, Cree Summers, Tamia, Mowry Twins, Noemie Lenoir, Traci Ellis Ross, Faith Evans, Laura London, Jennifer Freeman, Farrah Franklin etc.
There are near 100 percent African people who are much much lighter than her. 82% Black African subsaharans can get very light skinned https://youtu.be/-s H6d1L34s Q 80% Subsaharan African https://youtu.be/4Zdu14qb2HQ 100% African Nigerian https://youtu.be/Xvrf B7ENqv Y Log in to Reply Why are people surprised? Skin complexion alone does not make you a certain race. I think instead of trying to box we multiracial people we should be able to acknowledge who we are without fear of being called names because we simply choose to acknowledge our whole ancestry.
These dna links are near 100 percent black African people. If our parents are not 100 percent pure black African then its impossible to be just black.