Fight racism and bias by always questioning race

We curate and share photos, articles and videos on the topics of mixed culture, mixed heritage and mixed identity; whether mixed by proximity, relationships, or adoption. We also post unique articles by various bloggers, and we especially like to discuss intersectionality.

All this blends with our mission of reducing xenophobia and hate which we blog about at Community Village, which then lead to starting the blog OppressionMonitor to expose those against peace, multiculturalism and pluralism.

For an academic view of mixed heritage life in the U.S. and beyond, check Mixed Race Studies, managed by Steven F. Riley.

See all my projects (and promoted sites) at CommunityVillage.us

About the Lead Curator / Producer / Founder

Glenn is taken by a compassionate, loving and beautiful Mexican-American of Amerindian and Spanish heritage (she identifies her heritage predominately as simply Mexican). They have two awesome kids, made in California. Glenn likes sociology, anthropology, psychology, history, freedom of movement, undoing segregation and implementing equity. Glenn grew up between the financially wealthy and financially poor. Between the tracks at sometimes, while across the tracks at other times. He’s from a working class family. He is the first in his family to obtain a college degree.  Glenn worked many different jobs, starting with years of retail, before he found his way into information technology and has stayed in that field since 2000, in Silicon Valley, California. His area of expertise is computer systems administration and social media. He is of the Irish, German, Dutch, English & Austrian diasporas.

42 thoughts on “About

  1. Connor Crowe January 24, 2016 / 11:30 pm

    Hello, my name is Connor Crowe and I am a student researcher at Loyola University of New Orleans. I am currently conducting a study on the relationship between ethnic identity and well-being. To participate, you must be over the age of 18 and have two biological parents of different races. If this study interests you, please follow the link below to complete a short survey. It should take no more than 30 minutes. Thank you for your time and consideration! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/393QPPC

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Tanya May 14, 2014 / 4:53 am

    I wrote a private message on the League blog but I don’t think I posted it right because I don’t think anyone’s seen it. I wrote to the members of our group that I’ve simplified how we manage the league blog. Basically, we no longer have to add new posts to it unless you happen to get a chance. I’ve noticed that there hasn’t been a lot of blogging on it and it may be because it’s a bit tiring to maintain multiple blogs. So I decided to make the blog more of a place where people can get info about our group, a sample of our work, and links to our personal blogs. Not too much different, just hopefully less time consuming. Every one in awhile, I’ll reblog stuff from each member’s personal blogs so readers can get more stuff from us without each of you needing to post unless you get a chance. How does that sound?


  3. Tanya May 13, 2014 / 9:00 am

    Hi! Have you seen my latest private post on our league of bloggers page? Check it out and let me know what you think.


  4. humanwritesblog December 12, 2013 / 6:26 pm

    Thanks for the “follow”! Great work you’re doing. Take care 🙂


    • With Love Glenn December 2, 2013 / 11:25 pm

      Thank you Xena! I appreciate it. And keep doin’ whatcha doin’ 😉 I love the community we’re building ❤


  5. Xena November 23, 2013 / 6:01 am

    Glenn, you are most welcomed.


  6. Sian Mann September 9, 2013 / 10:46 am

    This is my sort of blog! Thank you for finding my blog, I wouldn’t have found yours otherwise and that would have been a pity. Looking forward to reading your posts (:


  7. inkomazi April 5, 2013 / 8:07 pm

    What a wonderful idea for a blog! As an American Muslim of Indian, Irish, Swedish, English, and German descent I can’t wait to get reading!


  8. jgann22 January 17, 2013 / 2:30 pm

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate it! I hope you enjoyed yourself. Keep in touch.


  9. Schellie Sainte Marie Ware December 10, 2012 / 4:40 am

    Great, i just dis covered your site, we’ve come a long way bebe
    When younger people use to ask me what are you, polynesian, ieast inie, hawaian, siamese, pacific islander?, i’d reply i’m the pot that melted, as in america the great melting pot.
    Unlike my mum, who would say when showing photos of lily whit or native amer. family members and all who “passed” into the mainstream, “if you have one drop your black, i refuse to deny any of my bloodline- hebrew-african eur-asian( the native americans considered asian, although were until mixed – very “negroid appearing pacific islanders types).
    For the past 35yrs. i have quietly litigated my “New root race” heritage by checking all applicable boxes on all leal forms, applications etc. (the clerk often changes them – in front of me)
    I was reared in both worlds in cleveland ohio in the 50s,60s, thus loved and abused by all three species; it was when my sisters by another mother became of age and were so lost as to whom they belonged, because to be ‘accepted” in both-all the groups you have to deny one and beccome locked into whatever the current mindset/agenda of the groups priorities, and i have always refused, We are Not a Fixee people-as are many, WE are fluid, a bridge to all peoples, our reason for being brought forth at this time.
    My spelling has become horrid due to blood glucose issues, and i’m too old to care, so bear w/ me, as typing is not my forte’
    schell and i’m lazy.lol


  10. Jennifer Lee Slye Chandler November 16, 2012 / 8:36 pm

    I created a petition on change.org to my local school district to remove the song “Pick o’ bale o’ cotton” from the 7th grade curriculum. They said no. They also said that my biracial son could be excused from class while the rest of the class 99% White students sang the song without him. And they also told me that there is nothing wrong with the song because it is just a song workers sang to make their work less tedious. http://www.change.org/petitions/oshkosh-area-school-district-remove-the-song-pick-a-bale-of-cotton-from-the-curriculum

    Liked by 1 person

    • Glenn Robinson November 18, 2012 / 12:47 am

      Hi Jennifer. I signed your petition and shared it. Best of luck with that! Have a nice weekend.


  11. diaryofanegress August 20, 2012 / 5:24 pm

    So this is where you are! Great blog Glenn.


    • getgln March 3, 2012 / 9:33 pm

      Also, Steven F. Riley of MixedRaceStudies.org does not consider himself mixed 🙂
      And actually, I consider myself mixed – just a different kind of mix 🙂


    • getgln October 25, 2011 / 11:27 pm

      Hi Junemoon, I just resent the welcome email. It may have gone into your spam folder.


  12. junemoon October 18, 2011 / 9:34 pm

    I would be pleased and honored to contribute an article. I will look to see if you have submission guidelines ~ thank you for the invitation to share my international adoptee experiences. junemoon


    • getgln October 24, 2011 / 7:13 pm

      Hi Junemoon,
      Just wanted to make sure you received my email.


  13. junemoon October 2, 2011 / 10:48 pm

    As a First Generation Korean Adoptee, I can relate in so many ways to the issues, strengths and uniqueness that “mixed” individuals face and embody each day of their lives. I am very pleased that you found my blog in order that I could find your space. I will be spending ample time over here reading to my heart’s content ~ Thank you ~ junemoon


    • getgln October 18, 2011 / 7:51 pm

      Hi Junemoon. Nice to meet you. I would be happy to have you contribute a guest article and share more of your story.


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