In Hawaii, I Can Say My Name is Caroleena Murakami and No One Would Think Twice

Hawaii racism differs from mainland United States racism in more ways than one but perhaps the biggest difference is the acceptance of mixed race unions and the mixed race children they produce. On the mainland I was never, not on e, asked about my ethnic background. As W. E. B. Dubois, black Harvard scholar, wrote,Continue reading “In Hawaii, I Can Say My Name is Caroleena Murakami and No One Would Think Twice”

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