Dream of the Water Children: The Black Pacific

It’s official! My Book will be published in the Fall of 2014 – by 2Leaf Press. I will keep everyone updated. I have provided the Vimeo introductory video here.  More will follow. While watching thi…

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Bi-racial children – how well do they adjust?

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How well do interracial children cope with mixed identities. Here, the Brooklyn Savvy Panel (television show) discusses whether there is such a thing as post-racial and how well bi-racial children adjust today. You can like them on Facebook too.

Tessanne Chin (Chinese, Native American (Cherokee), Afro-Jamaican, English) [Jamaican]

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Known as: Singer-Songwriter (Former member of the band “Mile High”, Sister of Tami Chynn)

Music Videos: Hideaway, Messenger, Blackbooks
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Tami Chynn (Chinese, Native American (Cherokee), Afro-Jamaican, English) [Jamaican]

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Known as: Singer-Songwriter & Dancer (Co-creator of the Anuna and Anuna Goddess collections)

Music Videos: Frozen (w/ Akon), Hyperventilating, Over and Over Again
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Tiffany Rae Reid on the Bill Cunningham Talk Show

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So in my usual “where is it? I can’t find it” mode, I came across something timely. Tiffany Rae Reid on the Bill Cunningham talk show sharing her knowledge and expertise on race relations. As it is Black History Month, I don’t think that means just celebrating the “black” but the colors. Tiffany has added a depth and dimension to the understanding of mixed race folks and the dilemmas we encounter, and shares this with the show’s guests. Tiffany, we tip our hat to you and thank you! elle T.

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Andrea Stuart | A Barbados Family Tree With ‘Sugar In The Blood’ | NPR interview

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In her new book, Andrea Stuart explores the intersection of sugar, slavery, settlement, migration and survival in the Americas.

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Mixing Colors from the Palette

bbSo, this week we heard that Kanye and Kim K. are having their own bundle of joy. That, in turn, made me think about mixed race folks and the beauty in mixing colors. Less conventional artists have always considered the impact of mixing colors. The wonderful thing about “mixing colors” is that you never really know what you are going to get, and so it goes with us. We are beautiful in shocking and wonderful ways….frizzy hair, blue eyes, or green eyes with a caramel color. The following YouTube videos give a glimpse into the beauty of mixing colors. Some folks you will know, some you won’t….but the beauty is unmistakable. Happy New Year to all my mixed race people….and congratulations to Kanye & Kim. elle T.

 

Nicole Lyn (aka Ms. Nix) (Afro-Jamaican, Chinese, Portugese, British) [Canadian]

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Known as: TV & Film Actress and DJ (DJs under the name “Ms. Nix”)

 

TV: “Student Bodies”, “West Wing”, “Half & Half”, “Psych”, “The L Word”, “Ramona”, “On Thin Ice: The Tai Babilonia Story”

 

Movies: “Deliver Us From Eva”, “Bless the Child”

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Kymmi Taylor (Afro Cuban/Jamaican/Jewish/Indian) [Costa Rican]

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Costa Rican and very proud to be mixed with Afro Cuban / Jamaican / Jewish / Indian

Flashback Thursday: Bob Marley (English Jamaican / Afro-Jamaican) [Jamaican]

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Known as: Legendary Reggae Singer-Songwriter & Musician (Leader of “Bob Marley & The Wailers”; Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994; Ranked 11 on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Artists of All Time; One of the most influential musical artists of all time)

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