MixedRaceStudies.org Book Give-Away a Huge Success

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“Thanks to the help of Fanshen Cox, Heidi Durrow, Jennifer Frappier and the rest of the Mixed Roots Film and Litterary Festival crew, my book give-away was a huge success!”

– click title to see the books that were won –

See on www.mixedracestudies.org

Natasha from Multiracial Sky and More

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“Our first live show of the New Year is this Friday Freestyle! We’ll be discussing some of the top stories on ITYC’s radar for 2012, including the premiere of The Loving Story on HBO, the Mexican government’s new anti-racism campaign and the new documentary Thick Dark Fog about the horrific legacy of Indian boarding schools.
In addition to all that, we have the honor of welcoming Natasha Sky from the blog Multiracial Sky as our special guest for the evening. Natasha is a writer, an artist, an activist and a multiracial mom to four mixed kids. We’ll talk to Natasha about her journey into blogging and get her thoughts on the state of the multicultural blogosphere.”
Via www.blogtalkradio.com

What encouraged me to start blogging? | Erica Garbers

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“Growing up I always felt like no one understood me or could to relate to me. I had one friend that I met that was also biracial but I felt that it was still something that separated us. In my opini…”
Via biraciality.wordpress.com

Critical Mixed Race Studies

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“Critical Mixed Races Studies” means critiquing the concepts of mixed race.   Click to read more
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CONFERENCE: U.S. Association for Commonwealth Literature & Language Studies, 19-22 April, 2012, Santa Clara, CA

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“We invite paper abstracts and complete panels, workshops, and roundtable proposals on all aspects of the multi-ethnic literatures of the United States and elsewhere. We are particularly interested in proposals that explore globalization in terms of its influence on ethnic canons, and vice versa, and encourage presentations on all global frameworks of analysis, such as Atlantic studies, global feminisms, pan-Africanism, postcolonialism, transnationalism, global indigenous studies, etc. ”
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