The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for September 15, 2006
Sarah (on phone): Listen carefully. I'm white. My husband is black. My daughter is neither. Understood? Principal: Yes, ma'am. Sarah: It's up to Jazmine to construct her own identity. We don't want anyone doing it for her. Is that clear? Principal: Perfectly. I agree one hundred percent. Sarah: If she must be called anything, use the term "multiracial." Never "white," never "black", ok? Principal: Never "black." Got it. Could you hold for just a second? She's black.