Meghan Markle Is Not Black, NOR IS HER MOTHER (One Drop Rule Insanity)

This is Meghan and her father.

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Meghan Markle is not Black, NOR is her mother. The people who say Meghan’s mother is Black are just as insane as the people who say that Meghan is Black. You CANNOT pick and choose who you want or don’t want the One-Drop Rule to apply to whenever convenient. Meghan’s mother is Multiracial, and her father is White, which makes Meghan a Multiracial person with majority White DNA (like Mariah Carey or Kris Humphries); that’s why she looks White. Neither Meghan nor her mother have brown to black skin, and Meghan herself lacks *African-textured hair.

*This is African-textured hair.

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4 thoughts on “Meghan Markle Is Not Black, NOR IS HER MOTHER (One Drop Rule Insanity)

  1. Meghan Markle’s mother is an African American Black woman. Both of her parents are African Americans. In fact, her mother, Doria Ragland wore an Afro back in the day. According to you, having coiled textured hair is a sign of the hair of the original people. Also the post shows ignorance of the various shades of brown in the African American Community. Doria Ragland is within the normal range of brown coloring. In fact, I have seen many Black American women who resemble Doria Ragland when I go out in the street. There isn’t any way that one would confuse Doria Ragland for a multiracial woman like Alicia Keys. She is the average African American Black woman to me.
    https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/659630/meghan-markle-prince-harry-mum-doria-ragland-high-school-royal-family

    Meghan Markle is just a very light skinned biracial woman, who can pass for White. You can’t always go by appearance because appearances can be deceiving. Halle Berry’s quadroon daughter, Nahla looks more ethnic than Meghan Markle. Another example: Tatyana Ali’s phenotype is much closer to the African woman(except her hair texture )than Tisha Campbell’s. Yet Tatyana Ali is the one with the Trinidadian East Indian father and Afro Pananamian mother while both of Tisha Campbell’s parents are African American despite how mixed race she looks.

    Here is a picture of Tisha Campbell’s parents and her as a child
    https://www.google.com/search?biw=1920&bih=971&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=p9YhWv75HcyWmQGS4omYBQ&q=tisha+campbell+parents&oq=Tisha+Campbell+&gs_l=psy-ab.1.5.0l4j0i67k1j0j0i67k1j0l3.3092.3092.0.6410.1.1.0.0.0.0.676.676.5-1.1.0….0…1c.1.64.psy-ab..0.1.673….0.R6V-mMFT-_o#imgrc=13dmw9Y3L5BJEM:

    I used Tatyana Ali and Tisha Campbell as examples to show that not every biracial and multiracial woman comes light skinned. Also did you know that super model, Naomi Campbell has an Asian grandparent? Of course, many biracials and multiracials come out light skinned with loosely curled hair like Zendaya Coleman, but there are plenty of those, who don’t.

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    • “Meghan Markle’s mother is an African American Black woman. Both of her parents are African Americans. In fact, her mother, Doria Ragland wore an Afro back in the day.”

      I checked and looked for more photos of her mother, Doria Ragland. I thought maybe it was the camera flash but looking at at least 20-30 pictures of her from now and the past, her skin is not brown. If anything it’s beige.

      However, I cannot find pictures of her parents but I did find a picture of her sister (Meghan’s aunt) who also has beige skin and curly hair (non African-textured hair).

      I didn’t find any afro pictures of her. One of the older pictures of her, she has straight black hair and I know her hair isn’t straight because it’s currently locked. But because her hair is currently in dreadlocks, it’s kind of hard to tell what her hair texture is really like when it’s out.

      “According to you, having coiled textured hair is a sign of the hair of the original people.”

      This is based off of biology & time in memorial. This has nothing to do with personal feelings and emotions.

      “Also the post shows ignorance of the various shades of brown in the African American Community.”

      Black people range from brown to black in color. This doesn’t change because of location or place or origin. African-American is not a separate race. I don’t know why many of you have this notion that African-Americans are “not like the rest” of other Black people .

      “Doria Ragland is within the normal range of brown coloring. In fact, I have seen many Black American women who resemble Doria Ragland when I go out in the street.”

      No she is not. Her skin is out of the color range. It is beige. Can you see? A simple Google search will answer that.

      You see MANY self-identified “Black” Multiracial women like that here in America. They’re all over the place since America has a “One-Drop Rule” which promotes the false idea of “light-skinned Black people”. However, the number of people with brown skin outnumbers the people with beige skin.

      “You can’t always go by appearance because appearances can be deceiving. Halle Berry’s quadroon daughter, Nahla looks more ethnic than Meghan Markle.”

      That is true of Mixed people. They come in a VARIETY of phenotypes. That’s why I thought initially that Meghan was just a White-passing Mulatto until I looked up her parents and I saw her mother lacks brown to black skin, making her a Multiracial.

      Another example: Tatyana Ali’s phenotype is much closer to the African woman(except her hair texture )than Tisha Campbell’s. Yet Tatyana Ali is the one with the Trinidadian East Indian father and Afro Pananamian mother while both of Tisha Campbell’s parents are African American despite how mixed race she looks.”

      “I used Tatyana Ali and Tisha Campbell as examples to show that not every biracial and multiracial woman comes light skinned. Also did you know that super model, Naomi Campbell has an Asian grandparent? Of course, many biracials and multiracials come out light skinned with loosely curled hair like Zendaya Coleman, but there are plenty of those, who don’t.”

      What explains too much explains nothing. You don’t need to dig deep into everyone’s genealogy to know what they are. Just use your eyes. If someone doesn’t have A COMBINATION of brown to black skin and coiled hair, then they are NOT Black.

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