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Halle Berry

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When you grow up in that (multi-ethnic) environment, you see the world differently. Being a mixed-race child, I didn't always see colour in people, I really didn't. It was other people that made me see the colour all the time.
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Associated Press (April 14, 2007) "Savouring life with an Oscar", The Gold Coast Bulletin, p. 117.

 
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