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My children are all Hello single male, widowed with adult children no longer living at home. Mature, seasoned professional, decent balance on work / life.
However, parental support and living in diverse areas seems to provide the best environments for multi-racial children to do well.
One of the experts framed it perfectly, however, when she pointed out that we ought to ask ALL prospective parents "what about the children? As we all know, same-race parents don't necessarily insure that a child will have a happy or secure childhood.
The most striking thing about Mildred and Richard Loving is that they never wanted to be known.
They didn’t want to change history or face down racism.