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Why is it racist to wonder what colour your child’s skin will be?

Why is it racist to wonder what skin colour your child will have?

13 March 2021

9:00 AM

13 March 2021

9:00 AM

Maybe I missed something here. Or maybe I am just completely naive. But why is it racist to ponder what the skin colour of a new baby will be?

According to most of the American and British media, post the Harry and Meghan interview, it absolutely is racist. It’s horrendous. Evil.

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