Your child’s books might not reflect the world they live in. Time to upgrade?
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Seven-year-old Baylor needs a multiracial bone marrow donor to hep treat his leukemia. But that’s easier said than done.
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Sharon Chang describes the hardest race conversation she and her four-year-old son have had.
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The African-American woman went from the Paris stage to her vision of multiracial utopia.
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The first of two posts on helping biracial kids develop a healthy identity.
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As New York took in the extent of the win by Bill de Blasio in the Democratic primary for mayor, the impact of a powerful television ad starring his son Dante seemed plain.
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Read Westminster news in our Westminster Chronicle community website. All the latest on local news, sport and events covering schools, what’s on, transport and more.
Mixed-race teens share their personal perspectives on how they view themselves—and how others view their mixed-race heritage. These essays were part of the cover story, “Outside the box,” about how mixed-race teens identify themselves on college applications in the Nov. 15, 2012 issue of The Mash.
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“Having a child who doesn’t look like you can often raise questions. Most adults, however, are sometimes hesitant to ask too many questions so as not to be considered rude or insensitive. Children, on the other hand, do not have this filter in most cases.”
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Known as: Actress & Comedian (At the age of 6, became the youngest comedian to ever perform at the famous Hollywood Improv)
TV: “That’s So Raven”, “CSI: NY”, “Sons of Tucson”, “Entourage”, “Hannah Montana”
Movies: “Spork”, “Je t’aime”, “My Genie”, “Strange Fruit”
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