Born Biracial

Susan Graham on Podcast!

2019-08-11T22:21:56+00:00August 11th, 2019|

I had the pleasure of recording a podcast on Multiracial Family Man recently with comedian Alex Barnett and it’s available at the following Internet locations: iTunes: Libsyn Podcast Network: Stitcher: The interview is about 30 minutes and I would appreciate your taking the time to listen to it and find out what we have been up to at Project RACE. Also, Alex has some fascinating guests, so tune into the Multiracial Family Man podcasts. You can also leave comments and a review at the iTunes URL. Thank [...]

Making Change

2019-07-01T05:27:02+00:00July 1st, 2019|

  My two children were young in 1990 when I received my decennial census form to fill out. They are biracial, I am White and their father is Black. According to the census directions, I was required to pick only one race for them. Wanting to do the right thing, I called the Census Bureau. They put me on hold repeatedly trying to find an answer. A supervisor got involved. Finally, the United States Census Bureau employee said, “You should put down the race of the mother for your children.” [...]

It’s Almost Mother’s Day…

2019-05-05T08:55:15+00:00May 5th, 2019|

Still wondering what to get for Mother’s Day? Born Biracial: How One Mother Took on Race in America will warm any woman’s heart—especially if she is a mother, grandmother, sister, or aunt to biracial children. This memoir is the perfect addition to any personal library for Mother’s Day. It is a mother’s story of how she fought for recognition for her children and those like them. A primer for advocates, this book is an important how-to for people who want to bring about change. Order from Amazon or Barnes and [...]

Born Biracial is out!

2019-04-24T11:21:54+00:00April 24th, 2019|

FOR RELEASE ON April 24, 2019 Contact: Susan Graham   Born Biracial is about the birth of a national civil rights movement   The White mother of two biracial children, Susan Graham realized her census form required her to pick only one race for her children. Wanting further explanation, she called the Census Bureau. She was put on hold for a very long time while they tried to figure out the answer. They got a supervisor involved. Finally, the United States Census Bureau employee said, “You should put [...]

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