Didn't know that...I've not filled out the race or ethnic part since it became optional. Don't see why it matters in most situations.
Originally Posted by susancnw

So if it doesn't matter, why has it been 'bothering' you for some time which race he says he is?

Why mention if he's taupe or beige or gray (as one poster on another board said) at all?

What color was Reagan and did that enter into any political discussions in 1976 or 1980?
Originally Posted by Myradella3
I asked because different terms were being all over the place. African American, black, biracial, etc. He often brought up his white mother and grandmother in the campaign (which has been neverending), so I wanted a answer on what to use. I was honestly curious. Apparently that is not allowed.
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