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Project RACE advocates for Multiracial children, Multiracial adults, and their families primarily through Multiracial education and community awareness. We are committed to the appropriate inclusion of Multiracial people on any forms that require racial identification. We support policies that make a positive impact on people of Multiracial heritage at local, state, and national levels.


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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It’s Famous Friday!

May 20th, 2022|Tags: |

Suns at Wizards 11/21/16   Happy Friday Everyone! My name is Allan Rempel and today I am highlighting Devin Booker! Devin Booker was born October 30th, 1996, in Great Rapids, Michigan. Booker lived with his Mexican-Puerto Rican mother while his African American father pursued a professional basketball career overseas. Booker went to the high school Moss point where ESPN rated Booker a 5-star recruit. Devin Booker went to Kentucky and in the 2014-15 season averaged 10 points, 2 rebounds, and 1.1 assists per in 21.5 minutes a game. [...]

Pew Research Report

May 19th, 2022|Tags: |

The number of Americans who identified as more than one race nearly doubled to 13.5 million people between 2010 and 2020, and did double or more in 34 states and the District of Columbia, a Stateline analysis of census figures shows. To some observers, the increase in the number of Americans identifying as more than one race shows that barriers are breaking down. But the increase also may reflect changes to census questions designed to tease out the heritage of multiracial people. The increases contributed to a first-ever decline in the population identifying solely [...]


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