By Xhosa Frazier
I’m Black and Jewish. I can’t let a social struggle define me.
At 45-years old, I am still learning not to let other people define me. As the son of an African American father and a white Jewish mother, I struggled growing up with feeling like an outsider: not Black enough to be embraced by the Black kids, not white enough to stop the racism leveled my…
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