LOS ANGELES: Reality TV star Kim Kardashian remembers the time when she was racially abused on a plane by a fellow passenger.
"I did have an awful experience on a plane once, she was slurring racial things at me. North was less than one so she didn't know. I was about to go over and say something but then an Indian man stopped me and said it just isn't worth it," said Kim.
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But the 34-year-old thinks her and her husband's "open" attitude will be "really helpful" with their children in understanding and accepting racial diversity, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
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"So I have experienced it but Kanye and I together are so open, he is so vocal about race, so I think we'll be really helpful for our children. We will talk to our children the way my dad spoke to his kids. He had lots of friends in bi-racial relationships and I think he knew I would be in an inter-racial relationship, he would tell me story after story," she told San Francisco Commonwealth Club.