You wouldn't be faulted for thinking that having an African-American family in the White House would change how Black children view race and skin tone. Sadly, child opinions of skin color haven't changed as drastically as we'd like in the last 40 years, according to a study conducted by Anderson Cooper for a special called "Black or White: Kids on Race" airing on "AC 360" on CNN this week... Here's what you had to say: De commented: "Everyone wants what they don't have.Yes, we need to love ourselves and our skin, but part of disliking ourselves is human nature and we shouldn't feel so ashamed of it." D. wrote: "It's up to the parents to teach our children how beautiful Black is, from the lightest to the darkest. These schools will not teach kids that at all and the television won't teach them."