The fact of having parents from different ethnic or cultural backgrounds.
- In the U.S., for example, the dual heritage of many biracial children is virtually invisible.
- Many parents will want their biracial children to self-identify in a way that reflects their dual heritage.
- Based on a true story, three sisters are ordered by the Australian government to be placed in a special facility for children of dual heritage.
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