In this April 8 photo, Naia Al-Anbar stands on a street in the Glendale section of Los Angeles. “The truth is we aren’t ever going to be white in their eyes and we will still be discriminated against,” said Al-Anbar, who has a Saudi Arabian father. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

In this April 8 photo, Naia Al-Anbar stands on a street in the Glendale section of Los Angeles. “The truth is we aren’t ever going to be white in their eyes and we will still be discriminated against,” said Al-Anbar, who has a Saudi Arabian father. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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