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2023-03-19T21:50:50+00:00March 19th, 2023|

Any of you who have not written to the OMB with comments on a Multiracial category are guilty of not caring about the Multiracial Movement. The OMB just concluded their town hall meetings, and we had a very poor showing. Yes, they only gave each person two minutes to speak, but were overwhelmed with people who want to change or keep the Black category and want other populations on the census and other forms. Are you no longer interested in seeing that our Multiracial children have respectful wording for themselves? [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

2023-03-17T14:14:43+00:00March 17th, 2023|

Happy Friday everyone! I’m Allan Rempel and I’m highlighting Reece James! Reece James is the right-back for Chelsea. Reece James is a crucial player for both Chelsea and England. Reece James has many significant accomplishments like winning the Champions League, but let's take a deeper look into his career. Reece James was born on December 8th, 1999. Reece James’ father is Jamaican while his mother is white. James signed with Chelsea when he was just 8 years old where he began to play for their academy. James was loaned out [...]

OMB Act Three

2023-03-12T23:06:33+00:00March 12th, 2023|

OMB ACT THREE Second Town Hall on OMB’s Race and Ethnicity Statistical Standards to Hear from the Public on Friday, March 17 The U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Federal Interagency Technical Working Group on Race and Ethnicity Standards (Working Group) are hosting the second of three Town Halls to hear directly from the American public about the initial proposals to revise Statistical Policy Directive No. 15: Standards for Maintaining, Collecting, and Presenting Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity (SPD 15). To participate, please follow these instructions [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

2023-02-25T17:35:40+00:00February 25th, 2023|

Hello! And welcome back to this week’s Famous Friday! Today we will highlight Kimora Lee Simmons, a businesswoman,  American model, entrepreneur, fashion designer, actor, author, and philanthropist. She was born in St. Louis Missouri to her African American father and her Japanese-Korean mother. Growing up because of her identifiable height at 5’10'' and because of her multiracial background she openly discussed how she was a target for bullies and always felt different from those around her. In an effort to boost her confidence at age 11, Kimora’s mother enrolled her [...]

Project RACE in the News

2023-02-18T23:53:55+00:00February 18th, 2023|

Biracial women say Meghan is proof racism and privilege coexist   By Samantha Chery The Washington Post February 18, 2023 at 8:00 a.m. EST   Since she was a child, Lo Silver has been repeatedly asked: What are you? After explaining that she is biracial, with one White and one Black parent, Silver says she is still sometimes met with incredulity. “You’re Black?” they respond. After George Floyd’s 2020 murder, she decided to be even more upfront: “[yea...i’m black],” she emblazoned on shirts she designed.   “It’s a conversation starter. It’s a [...]

Pew Research Results

2023-02-11T18:58:56+00:00February 11th, 2023|

It’s Famous Friday!

2023-02-10T23:45:07+00:00February 10th, 2023|

  This week’s Famous Friday is on Ne-Yo. Ne-Yo is an American singer, actor, songwriter, and record producer. Ne-Yo’s real name is Shaffer Chimere Smith, he was born on October 18, 1979, in Camden Arkansas. His father (Wiley L. Smith) is of African American and Chinese descent, and his mother (Loraine Smith) is African American. Both of his parents were musicians. Eventually, his parents split, and he and his mother moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. Early on in his life, Ne-Yo joined a group called Envy which appeared on Showtime [...]


2023-02-07T15:17:03+00:00February 7th, 2023|

OMB –ACT TWO   How to send comments to OMB: Go to Search in the search bar for OMB-2023-0001 Click on the “Comment” box, you can write as little as one sentence. Let OMB know that you want “Multiracial” to appear on the US Census and government forms. Deadline is APRIL 12, 2023   The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) provided ACT ONE in late 2022. They allowed the public to give statements regarding changes to OMB Directive 15, which dictates how race and ethnicity data is presented [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

2023-02-03T14:35:50+00:00February 3rd, 2023|

Happy Friday! This week’s Famous Friday will highlight actress Jasmine Guy. Guy was born on March 10, 1964 to a White mother and Black father in Boston, Massachusetts. She grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, where she attended a performing arts high school. After high school, Jasmine moved to New York City as she was awarded a scholarship to become a part of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Guy went on to practice performing arts here for several years before debuting on Broadway. She starred in the original productions of [...]

CNN Made a Mistake

2023-01-30T17:48:41+00:00January 30th, 2023|

OOPS to CNN CNN has reported the following:   “CNN —  The matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will be the first in Super Bowl history to feature two Black starting quarterbacks, as Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts bid to lead their teams to glory on the biggest stage of all. Black quarterbacks have featured and won the Super Bowl in the past but never has there been two Black quarterbacks starting for each side.” Patrick Mahomes is actually Multiracial, his father is Black and his mother is White. Please be more [...]

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