Quotation by Virginia Hamilton

We have yet to deal successfully with American transraciality in real terms, as we have failed to redefine race in light of the modern, twenty-first century progress of human kind.
Virginia Hamilton (b. 1936), African American writer of children's books. The source, which was published as an essay in 1976, was originally a speech delivered at the Library of Congress on November 17, 1975. Illusion and Reality.

Hamilton's children were interracial.
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