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‘I identify as human’: What it means to be biracial

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“What are you?” It’s a question biracial people are often asked by those who want to put them in a convenient box. We talk to 38 biracial people and find that no matter the color of their skin, the shape of their eyes or the texture of their hair, being biracial simply means being human.