Yes, if the father is Black, though her child would be half Black.
Yes she can if there is a white gene in the familyMore detail:A black woman can give birth to a baby that looks white if the child is born an albino. This is when the normal pigments that give the skin its natural color is not present, making the child seem white.A black woman can also give birth to a baby that looks white if the father is white, and resembles the father more than the mother.
White woman are easier and love money as well.
Slaves could not be married to their owners, for their owners were most likely white. Back during the Civil War; and before then, it was not necessarily a law, but un-allowed for a black man to marry a white woman, or a black woman to marry a white man. I believe, to marry a white woman or man and be black, I think you must be an ex- slave. You can't be a slave if you marry a slave owner.
Iit depends on the woman, but in most cases, yes woman are attracted to Black men. Women are attracted to Black men if Black men are rich. In general black men are not as rich as Caucasian and Japanese men. Therefore, in general women are less attracted to Black men than to White and Japanese men. However, if a Black man appears rich general correlations will lose importance.
Of course they can.
Yes,a white woman can give birth to a black child.
no because white +black =mix child if you ever have any
In this country, if the baby has a drop of "color" in it.... the child is looked upon, treated as, and is considered to be black. Its called the one drop rule.
It all depends on the genes of the two parents. The child would be bi-racial.
25%--genes are half of each parent. She's 50% black 50% white. Her child's skintone is based on how many genes of each pool she gives to her child. She'd end up with a lighter persuasion most likely. Another very interesting fact for example: a black male & a white woman can have a child that looks basically 100% white. The 'white' child can grow up & mate with another white child and a small possibility exsists that they could have a pretty dark skinned (basically black) mulatto child.
A black mother will have a child who at the very least will be 50% black.
Not in the Daniel Radcliffe movie (The Woman in Black, 2012). Liz White is the woman in black.
No, Teena Marie was not a black woman. She was white (Caucasian).
It was both but mostly white and some black people were against it because the white people would kill a black man or mabye woman if they were caught with a white man/woman
A mixed child is what results when a black and a white person have a baby. Not black or white - mixed.