She’s annoyed by his constant optimism — until she discovers the reason.The rest of the cast includes Gabrielle Dennis, Anna Konkle, Domenick Lombardozzi, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, and Lorraine Toussaint.The ratings are typically the best indication of a show’s likelihood of staying on the air.The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival."I don't know what they felt on the inside, but I was very fortunate," he explained. PHOTOS: Hollywood's most doting dads "My mother said, ' I told you! "She always thought -- I hate this, but I'm being honest -- she said, ' I always knew you were gonna marry a white girl!' I hated her when I was young for saying that, but eventually, for whatever reason, that's what happened.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
“Let’s just say its not a stereotype that black women are less submissive and harder to deal with.
And like Taye, we are truly bothered that something as beautiful as a children’s book meant to help African American kids deal with the sting of colorism and love themselves exactly the way they are turned into such a disgustingly ugly affair.
But what we will not tolerate from anyone is the suggestion that we, a stable of New York Times bestselling authors, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists and respected writers, poets and media professionals, misquote interviewees and traffic in gossip and innuendo.
Taye Diggs took to Twitter over the weekend to claim he was misquoted when it was reported that his mother married a dark-skinned man because she thought she wasn’t “black enough”—a claim of inaccuracy we at My Brown Baby take seriously, as it was our interview and promotional giveaway of his new children’s book, “Chocolate Me! We at My Brown Baby want to be absolutely clear: We did not misquote Taye Diggs.
Diggs did, indeed, tell My Brown Baby that the accolades model Tyson Beckford received for being beautiful made him embrace his dark skin and, when asked a follow-up question, Diggs revealed that his mother, a fair-skinned black woman, was “seeking out the dark because she didn’t feel black enough.