The more important question is one which you won't find the answer to from internet strangers: <br />
"How can I be a good person?"<br />
"Is it more important to be a 'good girl' or to stand by what I believe in?"<br />
or even, "Is it possible that disobeying my parents (maybe even losing contact with them as a result) may, sometime in the future, open their eyes to the foolishness of their racism? Is it possible that the way to be the best daughter is to be the best person I can, even if it SEEMS like I'm being a horrible daughter right now??"
any kids will not be accepted by both black at white, that happened to my sister in london so the kids had a hard time in school .
Tell your parents that they are wrong, and love others as your heart directs. Sometimes, being a good daughter means that you have to disagree with your parents when they are clearly in the wrong; otherwise, children would be required to accompany their parents during bank robberies to be good sons and daughters. <br />
The question that you should be asking is how should a good daughter deal with bad parents.
tell them you've got no option
Tell your parents that while you respect their opinion, you love your boyfriend because of who he is, not what he looks like. If they love you they should want you to be happy, and be with someone who makes you happy.
Sounds like you'll have to choose.
tell your parents this isn't the 60's and to go **** themselves, no one is better than anyone, no race is better than any. date him if you want, because you love him
Scream "If you're my parents and you love me, you would be happy for me!!!!!" and storm out in a rage.
With milk and sun tan oil.