Hi! I’m Kai, the new 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.
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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.

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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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Utah’s Population Growth

August 5th, 2022|Tags: |

Multiracial residents driving Utah's population growth   Data: U.S. Census Bureau via University of Utah; Chart: Erin Davis/Axios Visuals Utahns who identify as two or more races accounted for nearly 40% of the state's population growth over the past decade, according to a research brief of 2020 Census data released this week by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute. By the numbers: As of 2020, multiracial Utahns account for 8.5% of the state population. In 2010, only 2.7% of Utahns identified as multiracial. Its multiracial population growth ranked 13th fastest in the U.S. [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

August 5th, 2022|

  Happy Friday everyone! This week’s Famous Friday will be about Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez. He was born on January 29th, 1942 and is of Afro-Cuban descent. He is the first person of African descent, first Latin American, first Cuban citizen and first person from a country in the Western Hemisphere other than the US to go to space! Tamayo Méndez was born in the Baracoa, Guantánamo province, of Cuba and unfortunately orphaned during infancy. However, he was cared for by his grandmother, Mariana, his aunt, Esperanza Méndez, and uncle, Rafael [...]


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