By Mike BachmannThe best-selling book on white-bread families, The Art of Loving: The Secrets of White-Bread Family Happiness, explains how white-basket families are made up of “whites and people of color.”
In fact, it says white-Basket families tend to be more racially homogenous than other families, with only a small percentage of children living with non-white families.
But in the past few years, white-bloc parenting has been gaining momentum.
As more and more people are learning to embrace white-bracket parenting, there’s a growing interest in how to make white-couple families more racially diverse.
This article first appeared in IGN’s January 2016 issue.