The Census Bureau has issued a statement regarding “What Updates to OMB’s Race/Ethnicity Standards Mean for the Census Bureau.” It reads: “The updated standards also aim to provide balance across the race/ethnicity definitions and to remove any outdated and offensive terminology. The updated standards now require that the terminology “Multiracial and/or Multiethnic” rather than “Two or More Races” be used when presenting data for those who identify with multiple race/ethnicity minimum reporting categories.”   

Hi! I’m Kai, the Project RACE mascot, and I’m going to tell you all you need to know about how we help our community of Multiracial children and adults.
We have received Certificates of Special Recognition. It’s a big deal!

Please click here to see our presentation. Thank you!


All forms should ideally have a “Multiracial” box to check.
As an alternative, you may use the check all that apply format and put this wording in the instructions:
If you are Multiracial, you may select two or more races.


Project RACE never requires a membership fee. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3), all volunteer organization supported by individual donations, contributions and grants. Donations are deductible, as provided by law. If you believe in our cause, please consider making a difference for Multiracial people.


Being a part of an established community conquering racial identity makes Multiracial people a part of a true movement. You can feel accepted and understood. You can pass our work on to your family and educate friends and the establishment. You can join us and do as much or as little as you please. Won’t you join us?


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April 15th, 2024|

The U.S. House of Representatives has dissolved its Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) amid ongoing efforts from Republican lawmakers to slash diversity programs across the nation.

A Day in the Life of a Biracial Teen

April 13th, 2024|

  Hi! And welcome back to “Day In a Life of a Biracial Teen” I am Ella Garrison and I will be sharing my story about my biracial hair journey! Growing up as a biracial girl I had several obstacles, specifically with my hair. It has been a long journey filled with twists, turns, and unexpected challenges. Growing up in a white community where most people had thinner and straighter hair than I did, it was difficult for me to have the patience to deal with mine on a day [...]


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