I wasn't referring to you specifically, or anyone in particular, but since you responded....
I am not "putting value" on different races. The fact is that society already does that, and yes, those of African descent are in a less advantageous position than others. In reality, racial differences are superficial and unimportant and it would be GREAT if we just saw them as a beautiful spectrum of diversity - if we saw all different cultures and varieties of persons as interesting. That's how it should be, I totally agree. But just looking at who is poor, and who is underemployed, and who is in jail, and who is dying, etc. etc. etc. we can see that that isn't really the way that it is in the real world. I don't think me being honest about this is "creating the problem" - it far pre-dated me.
I think accepting that we are all multiracial means we are all the same - we are all human - AND we are all different, since the way in which those races blend in each of us is different and special - we all have our own unique DNA, and yet it is all human DNA. I don't think I am extra-different or extra-unique because I can point to ancestors who were Asian, or African, or European.... but because I am me and I uniquely inherited those genes and made of them who I am, I AM different and unique... as are you... as is anyone... if that makes sense.
I understand that to you a white great great whatever makes you feel it is too removed to be biracial... but what if someone else doesn't and wants to claim biracial? Isn't that their choice as to how to identify? I don't like the idea that there are "rules" as to how biracial someone can be - how is that any better than the one-drop rule?
Get used to me. Black, confident, cocky; my name, not yours; my religion, not yours; my goals, my own; get used to me. -Muhammad Ali