This character struggles with her racial identity throughout the novel.
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This character was raised by a Harvard classics professor but rebels by hiding guns and fugitives in an attempt to fit in.
This character has coffee colored skin and curly hair and is content with her racial heritage.
This character is too busy working on books about race relations to have any real relationships.
This character is peaceful, having found spiritual enlightenment in India.
This character struggles to be open-minded towards mixed relatives, but is often betrayed by years of cultural racism.
This character says, "If black is beautiful, you are ugly", but later becomes very helpful.
This handsome character surprises others with a declaration of homosexuality.
This character is described as looking almost like a "black Barbie come to...
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