What’s My Big Mix – George. Los Angeles, CA

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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What’s My Big Mix – Darby. Berkeley, CA

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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What’s My Big Mix – Heather. Los Angeles, CA

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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What’s My Big Mix – Seiyu. Westchester, NY

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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What’s My Big Mix – Bill Howe, CT.

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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What’s My Big Mix – Fanshen. Los Angeles, CA

For The Big Mix multicultural festival. Submitted stories by blended people and families. To upload your own mixed/blended story, go to TheBigMix.org or cont…

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Native American Youth to Diane Sawyer: We’re Not Poverty Porn – COLORLINES

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Native American youth respond to ABC’s documentary and tell Diane Sawyer their stories are a lot more complex.
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Native Appropriations: Pepper Ann Follow-Up: Why I’m glad I have readers

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“Yesterday I posted about an awesome Pepper Ann cartoon that dealt with Peppy “discovering” her Navajo ancestry. Then, some readers pointed out some even cooler things I didn’t notice upon first watch, and some pointed out how I had made some really poor language choices in my write-up, so I’ll get to that too.”   Click to read
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