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Proposal Would there be a benefit for interracial children having a multiracial box on any application as means of identifying interracial children Abstract Despite growing numbers public images of interracial people - who have been part of the American landscape since the first Africans reached Americas shores Confusion surrounding race stems from the illogic used to define it Slavery laws and social practices set a precedent - which survives to this day Traditionally White America as a whole has disenfranchised a people who appears or by definition has physical characteristics that challenge their hue as White today this challenge is more evident than ever as marriages of different races has climbed in the United States According to the United States Census data there are over one million interracial marriages Marriages between white men and Asian women are highest supporting almost 25 percent of all interracial covenants It is estimated that one out of every four marriages is between blacks and whites This research proposal will designate its focus and energy toward the offspring of interracial couples Until recently conventional wisdom typically classified an interracial child as being of the same race as the minority parent It is this limited and compartmentalized approach that has warranted a push for reclassification of interracial children A child of an interracial partnership should have the right to choose which race identifies them This analysis will examine the need for affirming the uniqueness of the child and why a full racial heritage will conceal a more settled secure child Once a child has cultural security this research will prove that interracial children will dissipate the belief of inferiority among the minority parent The basis of this analysis will contrast the studies that interracial
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