Racism within mixed-race families

The experience of being mixed race doesn’t always mean feeling welcome in two worlds at once. Samira K. Mehta, associate professor of women and gender studies and of Jewish studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss her own upbringing, born to a white mother and South Asian father, and how a well-intentioned family can sometimes add to feelings of cultural alienation. Her book is “The Racism of People Who Love You: Essays on Mixed Race.”