Anyone who looks a little — or a lot — different from their parents is used to being asked nosy questions: Whose kid are you? Where did you come from? Where do you belong?
Those questions can be even more pervasive when you don’t look like anyone in your community.
So is there anything parents can do to protect their kiddos (and themselves) from those grating interactions? This week, we’re exploring these questions on Ask Code Switch — and in the podcast.
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