chapter  3
WIRING: RACE, MIXED RACE & EARLY CHILDHOOD
Pages 27

I would say . . . going back to [my son] just being you know blissfully ignorant about any sort of race, I mean I don’t think he really knows that there are different races of people. Like he just thinks you know that person’s darker than that person. Or the different texture hair. I don’t think he has any clue that there’s this sort of institutionally and culturally made thing called racism.