Robert De Niro, 68, and wife, 56, welcome a child via surrogate

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The Oscar-winner and wife Grace Hightower De Niro, 56, welcomed daughter through a surrogate mother, Entertainment Tonight reports.
Via www.dailymail.co.uk

Critical Mixed Race Studies

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“Critical Mixed Races Studies” means critiquing the concepts of mixed race.   Click to read more
Via www.multiculturalfamilia.com

Our Contributors: Meet Jennifer Saleem

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Jennifer Saleem’s (Hybrid Rasta Mama) interview on Multicultural Familia.
Via www.multiculturalfamilia.com

It may not be racist, but it’s a question I’m tired of hearing

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Ariane Sherine: Looking a bit brown still means being asked where you’re from.
Via www.guardian.co.uk

‘Brown babies’ long search for family, identity – In America – CNN.com

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(CNN) —  Daniel Cardwell’s obsession consumed three decades of his life and $250,000 of his money, he estimates. His energy has been devoted to answering one basic question: “Who am I?
Via inamerica.blogs.cnn.com

Redefining their races: More students choosing to identify as mixed – Western Front

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Black & White Pepper is from the same plant


“A black peppercorn is picked when still green and dried in the sun until it turns black. A white peppercorn ripens fully on the vine before it is picked.”
Via www.ochef.com

Multiracial Identity | VIDEO


Walk down the street in any Canadian city. The face of Canada is changing, no longer predominantly white and of European descent. How does being multiracial shape your identity?
Via ww3.tvo.org

GRITtv: Tim Wise: Race Discrimination a Public Health Issue


Tim Wise, author of Colorblind, suggests that we declare racism and racial discrimination a public health matter to see actual work toward a more equitable society.
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Tim Wise: Race and the Social Safety Net


Tim Wise, author of Colorblind, discusses the history of social safety net programs in the U.S.–and how racism played a part in the willingness to see them dismantled.
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