Just 2 days ago, one of my best friends reprimanded me for referring to her grandchildren as "black".
She continuously reminded me, the correct term is "bi-racial". She insisted I NOT refer to them as "black".
So, when I started watching this movie, the race question was still fresh on my conscience.
This girl's parents were in major denial.
Two WHITE parents cannot have kids who look "black" ... unless somewhere along the line, there's a black in their gene pool.
Not sure I'll go back and finish the movie. It's just too painful watching this kind of suffering.
The next day, this news is online:
"Markle told Oprah that during her pregnancy, some members of the royal family had expressed concerns about "how dark" her son's skin would be when he was born.
SMH ... Just when you thought this type of thing had stopped -- it hasn't.