Black parents we have a problem. Sixty years after desegregation and 41 years after the King of Soul urged us to "Say it loud, we're Black and we're proud," and with everything from Black Barbies to a Black president, White children still have an alarmingly high rate of "White bias" and Black children are still highly likely to associate White with good and Black with bad... Here's what you had to say: Antinea Carpenter commented via Facebook: "Black parents, we have a responsibility to teach our children to love and appreciate themselves." Alana Weaver wrote via Facebook: "African American women spend over $1 billion trying to impersonate women of other cultures. The apple don't fall to far from the tree."