dual heritage

dual heritage

n
(Sociology)
a. an upbringing in which one's parents are of different ethnic or religious backgrounds
b. (as modifier): dual-heritage adoptive families.
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"Everything from being a divorcee to being a bit older than Prince Harry, to coming from a dual heritage family, you might wonder if the Queen being of a certain generation and, of course, being the Queen might have been at all concerned," she said.
After meeting many women struggling with their children's hair, particularly dual heritage children with white mums, and my own childhood spent trying to chemically straighten my afro hair to help me fit in, I decided to set up Braidbox (thebraidbox.com).
Addressing the subject of dual heritage - and, in turn, the myriad social complexities for people of multi-racial backgrounds - Girls was a powerful, extremely timely contribution to the ongoing discourse regarding British identity politics.
Growing up, however, my dual heritage - if you can call it that - was important to me, owing to the fact my mum was, quite rightly, concerned we learn about our Scottish roots.
With dual heritage from Lebanon and Turkey, Akyuz sees his skin as a border.
Summary: The son of a former UAE Air Force pilot talks about his dual heritage.
Glatzel has been at the Academy for almost a decade, but the Liverpool-born lad has dual heritage as both of his parents are from Germany - his first name Paul rhymes with 'fowl' rather than 'ball'.
Glatzel has been at the Academy for almost a decade, and while Liverpool-born has dual heritage as both of his parents are from Germany -- his first name Paul rhymes with 'fowl' rather than 'ball'.
Garcia says that although he grew up living in a "compound community", this didn't stop his mother from exposing him to his dual heritage.
Sonya began to accept her life of dual heritage, American and Indian, and she began to feel accepted by her friends.