Surface level, before people actually talk to me, people see me as White. After people see me repeatedly, they begin to question and they ask me: “What are you?” To this, I respond: half-White and half-Black. I’ve gotten kind of used to it. You have to put yourself in other people’s shoes. As biracial people, we are hypersensitive to race. Other people are predisposed to categorize me as "A" or "B," and I think that’s how the majority of people see race. I’ve gotten used to it. But, it’s been a personal struggle.