- Twin sisters Kalani and Jarani Dean were born on April 23, 2016, in Quincy, Illinois
- Kalani has fair skin like her mother and Jarani has brown skin like her dad
- YEN.com.gh features five photos of the biracial twin sisters
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Twin sisters Kalani and Jarani Dean were born on April 23, 2016, in Quincy, Illinois, and their parents have since not been able to contain the joy of having them.
Kalani has fair skin like her mother, who is white, and Jarani has brown skin like her dad, who is black.
Their mom, Whitney Meyer, said she considers the girls as a sign to ''love everyone equal.''
In an interview with Today, Meyer said:
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''You can’t look at one and not love them both ... They’re the same girl, just different colours.''
Meyer was surprised when the girls were born on April 23, 2016. Tomas Dean, Meyer’s boyfriend and the father of the twins recalls how he also got surprised.
''I was like, ‘Yeah, she’s a little light,' but I thought maybe babies are that way when they’re firstborn. But then a couple of minutes later, her sister came out a little darker,'' Dean said. ''In a million years, I never thought I’d have a girl with blue eyes. I didn’t think I could pull that one off.''
It is 2021, and Kalani and Jarani Dean have grown, attending school. YEN.com.gh has compiled five stunning photos of the twins for your view.
1. Photo of twin sisters Jarani and Kalani when they were only babies.
2. Parents of twin sisters pose with them and their brother.
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3. Jarani and Kalani beaming with smiles for a shot.
4. Biracial twin sisters express love toward each other.
5. Jarani and Kalani create beautiful memory together. Love wins.
Another biracial twins story
In another biracial twins story, a mother in Manchester, England, Jade Ball, has given birth to a set of biracial twin boys who look different just like any other set of fraternal twins.
Jade Ball and her better half, Kade, gave birth to the adorable twins, Cole and Klay, last April.
In an interview with TODAY Parents, Jade Ball established that when she gave birth to the boys, ''it was obvious they weren’t identical.''
Ghanaian man recounts hard times with single mom
In a separate story, YEN.com.gh reported that, when Hope Kpodo was growing up, he had dreams of a bright future like any other child, but life threw storms at him and yet, he has refused to throw in the towel.
From Keta in the Volta Region of Ghana, he was born and raised in a deprived home at Tema in the Greater Accra Region and has live there his entire life.
Kpodo has lived predominantly with his mother and two siblings, attending Anlo Senior High School (ANSECO) and university. His mother sold fish to cater for the family, and he recalls finances were hard.