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RASHIDA: But any family, from any background, can have that coziness too. I fit in right away; the kids had my outgoing vibe. Mom was very depressed after the divorce, and I made it my business to keep her company.

KIDADA: I’m sure that’s true, but I experienced all that heart and soul in black families. PEGGY: So one day when Kidada was 14, we drove to Fairfax High, where I gave a fake address and enrolled her. My skin and hair had been inconveniences at my other schools–I could never get those Madonna spiked bangs that all the white girls were wearing–but my girlfriends at Fairfax thought my skin was beautiful, and they loved to put their hands in my hair and braid it. KIDADA: I wanted to live with Dad not because he was the black parent, but because he traveled. RASHIDA: At this time, anyone looking at Kidada and me would have seen two very different girls. RASHIDA: Still, our love for the same music–Prince, Bobby Brown, Bell Biv De Voe–would bring us together on weekends.

KIDADA: Rashida has it harder than I do: She can feel rejection from both parties.

When people don’t know “what” you are, you get your heart broken daily.

Kidada Ann Jones (born March 22, 1974) is an American actress, model, and fashion designer.

Jones works as a designer for The Walt Disney Company, where she has a line known as Kidada for Disney Couture.

Jones is the daughter of composer Quincy Jones and actress Peggy Lipton. Jones was raised in Bel-Air, with her younger sister Rashida Jones, who is now an actress and screenwriter. According to DNA testing and research done for African American Lives in 2006, he has more than one-third European ancestry, with some present on both sides of his family.

Two-thirds of his ancestry is African and, in his mother's direct maternal line, his ancestors can be traced to the Tikar people of present-day Cameroon.

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I lived in a gated house in a gated neighborhood, where playdates were: “My security will call your security.” Going to my black friends’ houses, I saw a world that was warm and real, where families sat down for dinner together.