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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!

November 26th, 2021|Tags: |

Charles Mingus Jr. Charles Mingus Jr. was a multiracial American Jazz double bassist, composer and pianist. He is considered to be one of the best jazz musicians of all time. He had a career that spanned over a course of  three decades. Throughout his career he collaborated with other popular jazz musicians such as Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker  and Louis Armstrong. He was born in 1922 in Nogales Arizona to his mother who is of Asian, English and South-American descent and to his father who was of African American and [...]

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November 20th, 2021|Tags: |

I’m not surprised by the outcome. I am disappointed. I think it’s very important to understand how it can happen that a 17-year old was acquitted for killing two people during a public response to unequal justice (read: race riot.) The world is watching while addressing racial issues in their own communities. Humans are community-based. The law of Kenosha, Wisconsin supports the community mindset that’s been in place there for generations. Kyle Rittenhouse’s grandparents still live in Kenosha; he is of that community. Kyle Rittenhouse said he ‘didn’t do anything [...]


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