Jennie Allen on “The Sister Circle Show”

Episode 1 of 7 – Interracial Parenting: Jennie Allen chats with Chrystal Evans Hurst, Priscilla Shirer and Wynter Pitts about being a white mother to a black son.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I'd love to hear a discussion about raising biracial kids. There seems to be a trend in our current society that dictates a biracial person must declare and identify as one or the other, with either choice being met with judgment.

  2. African American should only apply to African immigrants who become American citizens. Black Americans have been American for generations! And what about the blacks who are from the Caribbean? Shouldn't they be Caribbean Americans?

  3. I’m 24 Married with 3 daughters, and my husband and I are both following our call to adopt a son next year, but I’m not clear yet what race he wants me to adopt from, I’m praying and keeping my trust in god and will go wherever he leads me, I have faith that our son will be pushed towards us by gods loving hand and us pushed towards him too and when we see him we will know, please pray for my family in this, godbless

  4. This is so good especially the "not being invited" conversation…I can see Jennie now when her little son is not invited to some of his peers activities saying "Oh no they didn't invite you!" LOL…

  5. African American woman don't know anything about Africa the only claim to know,, 99% of them don't even know where Africa are, but the keep using Africa to play they race card,, teach your kids what you want them to know, as a good woman teach your kids how to be good and how to respect people whether you are white mom to mix kids or black woman with black kids, if you are white woman out there married to black man I want you to know that there is nothing for you to learn about black culture I'm an African and when I see how African Americans play race card or claim that the know anything about Africa it pains

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