“What problems do bi-racial families face in America”

Such changes as new perception of the world and self, new interpretation of freedom and humans rights, new science and industrial innovations could not change negative attitude towards bi-racial families and bi-racial children. At the beginning of the new millennium, our society is still faced with the problems of racial inequalities and rejection of bi-racial family relations. In her story, “Desiree’s Baby”, Kate Chopin vividly portrays problems of a family who has a “not-white” child. The main problem is that the society did not want to accept the child who did not match their race. Desiree has to abandon her husband and her house because she had born a “non-white” child. Even Armand, a farther, depicted as cold, unloving, unsympathetic man who has to obey social opinion. The only possible way for Desiree is “ Come home to Valmonde; back to your mother who loves you” (Chopin, 2005)
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