We are enough, and we are more than the stereotypes.
I am a hybrid of Zimbabwean, African-American, and American culture. I am not one without the others.
I still feel some discomfort in my biracial identity. There is this feeling of simultaneously belonging to two groups, but also belonging nowhere and to no one. I am an outcast, and in some ways, I have come to terms with that.
My ethnic background is crucial to who I've become as a young woman. More-so than I could have ever imagined.