From The NYT:
In their book “The Diversity Paradox,” the [UCI] sociologists Jennifer Lee and Frank D. Bean found that individuals with white-Latino and white-Asian backgrounds did not feel excluded by race and enjoyed latitude in choosing their own identities. The story was different for those with one black parent: They experienced racial barriers, showing that visible African ancestry is still the great exception when it comes to the mainstream.

For the full story, please visit http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/11/opinion/the-myth-of-a-white-minority.html?_r=0.

 

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