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Rainbow Johnson recounts her experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the '80s and the constant dilemmas she and the family members had to face over whether to assimilate or stay true to themselves. Bow's parents, Paul and Alicia, decide to move from a hippie commune to the suburbs to better provide for their family. As her parents struggle with the challenges of their new life, Bow and her siblings navigate a mainstream school in which they're perceived as neither black nor white. The family's experiences illuminate the challenges of finding one's own identity when the rest of the world can't decide where you belong.

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Alicia and Paul strive to maintain their winter solstice traditions from the commune, but their parents want to have a more traditional Christmas with the kids; Alicia's dad competes with Harrison to be the kids' favorite grandad.
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Paul struggles when Rainbow and Santamonica want to participate in a beauty pageant; Johan gets teased for crying after a martial arts tournament; Alicia and Harrison struggle with the best way for Johan to fight back.
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Rainbow's passion for science deflates when her peers convince her that science isn't cool; Harrison works to mold a testimony from Denise; Santamonica tries to steal the spotlight back after Johan suffers an injury.
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The kids are excited to learn more about their granddad after Harrison invites the crew to family day at his country club; Alicia attempts to fit in at the country club, but ends up fighting with Denise.
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The popular girls at school ask Rainbow to join their group Halloween costume as Tootie from "The Facts of Life"; Rainbow thinks she has an opportunity to fit in, but Denise thinks differently; Alicia doesn't want the kids to go trick-or-treating.
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When Rainbow is tasked with a school assignment that requires her to trace her roots, she learns that history is more complicated for her mom's side of the family than it is for her dad's.
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After a teacher tells Rainbow to make sure her hair is "neat" for picture day, she becomes self-conscious and begins a complicated relationship with her hair; Johan and Santamonica struggle with their own hair identity.
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Rainbow and Alicia struggle to fit in at school and stand out at work.
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A young Rainbow and her family try to acclimate in the suburbs after life in a commune.

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