by The Editors
No one should have to sit in silence, fuming, and crying hurt, angry tears while in a theater full of people laughing at their culture, but especially not at a festival for Mixed POC.
by Melody Moayedi
Out of the overwhelming condemnation of my identity and body as abnormal I have come to accept this freakishness as my own.
by n. laurence
We are valuable as a commodity, as the pieces of our culture that can be appropriated and repurposed, but not as people.
by Alexa Downing
It seems anime is so popular in the western world because it is, at its core, a western concept that has become the ‘single story’ of Japanese media.
by Kendra Watkins
My sense of Jewishness and my sense of Blackness have always been intertwined, each important in their own ways, but one never overpowering the other. But in that moment, there was a disconnect.
by The Editors
The partners at Mixed Race Politics have been invited to speak at Mixed Remixed 2016, but we’ll need your help to get there!
by Keolu Fox
Opposing the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope isn’t about opposing science: it’s about the opposing the system that was designed to oppress Indigenous Hawaiians.
by Jon Bellebono
Ibeyi embraces their mixed race identity and integrates it both in their music and in their persona.
by Maya Inamura
Conversations about Miyamoto’s reception in Japan need to focus on her blackness as much as they focus on her mixedness.