He thought he was black until, 'I find out I don't have a lick of African-American in me'
Olivia Perry and her adopted son Martin, who was about 4 years old in this photo. Perry's parents never told him that he was adopted.
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#1 Jun 12, 2018
This sounds like Shaun King's life story.
#2 Jun 12, 2018
He must be relieved.
#3 Jun 12, 2018
he doesn't look black..
well he probably someone knew someone that was black and white and got all confuse and think everyone black now just because one black person look white..
#4 Jun 12, 2018
hey so he's non black adopted by blacks..
#7 Jun 13, 2018
AFRICAN ORIGINS AREN’T DETECTED BECAUSE THEY DON’T VARY!
That we all came from Africa is written into our genomes, represented by
stretches of DNA so common, so much the same in all of us, that it would be
nonsensical to include them in tests meant to detect varying DNA sequences.
Even the most powerful KKK Imperial Wizard, if he understood genetics, couldn’t
whitewash the reality of our African origins. Yet a Stormfront post comforted a
man who was distraught that his Genetic Ethnic Summary included Senegal
with “… you are simply related to some White fool who left some of his
DNA with the locals in what is now Senegal.”
Some Whites are so stupid!
#8 Jun 18, 2018
Talk about getting a break DAMN!!!!
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