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Published on Oct 31, 2010
Examines the heredity of those physical traits that assign Americans to the Black/White color line. Half the children of mixed parents inherit a skin tone between their parents, one-fourth come out darker than both, and one-fourth come out lighter than both. The lecture shows, with family photos, why African-American parents have White-looking kids more often than the reverse.