Oh please,you can indeed make your own rules regarding who you consider black,if they are mixed with other besides black,you don't need to swear by society's racially biased "one drop rule".Not saying that what you personally hold to,will change society's perspective on it,but just saying that you should go by your own personal judgement, because society's rules are often biased,self serving to one group over another. Especially the "one drop rule,which was comprised at a time in U.S. history when such rules were set up to segregate blacks from other groups(like also at that time,anti misengenation rules were in force to segregate blacks from mainstream society.<quoted text>
Well half black doesnt make you NOT black. I am mixed too.. and we can't make up our own rules to what we are because of how you or I personally feel.You don't make the rules...and neither do I. Its life...You are BLACK.. embrace it or deny it. If you deny it ......half of your DNA says your lying. You have always been black and always will. So is Obama the first blac president or not?..YES..Jesus was part Jewish but he deny ot when asked. Paul was part Roman .. he was mixed and claimed both and used it to save his life.How you look has nothing to do with what you are. if your half white and half black you are both. You can identify with both and give credit to both. Who told you that you have to be full black to be considered black????
I can't believe how so many blacks hold the "one drop rule"up
to such respect. It is biased as-which other racial mixes such as being part Asian,part white,or part Chinese part Indian,or part white part Chinese,etc,do you see any "one drop rule"that declare you Chinese if you are part Chines and part Indian,or that you are Chinese if you are half white,half Chinese,etc? There are no such "one drop rule" for other racial mixesexcept for mixes that include black,-which to me is in itself negatively racist. Yet so
many blacks worship this "one drop rule"even though it was one of the main Jim crow rules,that were set up during America's racial segregation of black era.