INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAILING YOUR GOVERNOR OR MAYOR
FOR MULTIRACIAL HERITAGE WEEK
IT’S SO EASY!
THINGS TO KNOW
- You must be a resident of the state.
- Proclamations are only good for ONE year. Even if you received one last year, we need a new one this year.
- Proclamations must be received by Project RACE by JUNE 1.
- Most states require one month lead time to issue a proclamation.
- Fill out the Proclamation Submission Form
- You will receive your customized letter and sample proclamation within a few weeks.
- Sign the letter and mail to your governor or mayor with “Proclamation Request” on the envelope.
If you have been contacted about the proclamation, please let us know. When you receive a proclamation, send the original or a good color copy or scan to:
P.O. Box 2366
Los Banos, CA 93635
You can contact us anytime at email@example.com with questions and/or comments.
Thank you for being an advocate for Multiracial Americans!
HISTORY OF MULTIRACIAL HERITAGE WEEK
Since its inception in 2014, we have received state proclamations from Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Washington, DC. This year we also reached out to city mayors in addition to states. We held numerous celebrations and special events for the children throughout the United States because, at Project RACE, it’s about the kids! We gave them “skin tones of the world” multicultural crayons with paper plates to draw their own faces, also librarians and Project RACE members read them multiculturally-themed stories.
Thank you to everyone who helped make Multiracial Heritage Week a success again this year!