Famous Friday!

2017-12-01T05:29:15+00:00December 1st, 2017|

Famous Friday: Marcus Scribner You could say Marcus Scribner plays himself. The 17 year old actor who stars as Andre Johnson Jr. (Dre), the teenage son ABC’s comedy, Black-ish, has an awful lot in common with the character he plays. “They tell the exact stories that go down in our household,” Marcus told Teen Vogue magazine. “Every single week it feels like they have cameras in our house because we have the same conversations.” On the show and in real life, Marcus’s mom is multiracial and his dad, Troy, is black. [...]

Employment Discrimination

2017-11-04T12:28:16+00:00November 4th, 2017|

What Emerging Multiracial Plaintiff Cases Suggest About Employment Discrimination Law Tanya Katerí Hernández writes: The presence of fluid mixed-race racial identities within allegations of employment discrimination leads some legal commentators to conclude that civil rights laws are in urgent need of reform. By Tanya Katerí Hernández | November 03, 2017 With the growth of a mixed-race population in the United States that identifies itself as “multiracial,” legal commentators have begun to raise concerns about how employment discrimination law responds to the claims of multiracial plaintiffs. The U.S. Census Bureau began [...]

Corn Pops!

2017-10-30T06:36:43+00:00October 30th, 2017|

Kellogg's to replace racially insensitive Corn Pops boxes following Twitter call out Mike Snider, USA TODAY Published 10:29 a.m. ET Oct. 25, 2017 | Updated 11:02 a.m. ET Oct. 26, 2017 Kellogg’s was called out on Twitter for having racist art on their Corn Pops box and say it will be replaced. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story. Buzz60   Kellogg's will be redesigning Corn Pops cereal boxes after a complaint about racially insensitive art on the packaging. The Battle Creek, Mich.-based cereal and snack maker said on Twitter Wednesday [...]

2020 Census Problems

2017-10-23T09:21:03+00:00October 23rd, 2017|

Accurate 2020 Census count facing obstacles INQUIRER.net US Bureau / 01:20 AM October 19, 2017 CENSUS.GOV LOS ANGELES — Participation in the 2020 Census will play a critical role in guiding the distribution of billions of dollars in annual federal spendingome community leaders are acting now to encourage as many people as possible to take part, because budget limits and modernization efforts may create problems for respondents as well as information collectors in 2020. “I am, personally, worried that there’s not going to be enough dollars for the partnership, multilingual [...]

An Interracial Marriage

2017-09-19T09:33:06+00:00September 19th, 2017|

An Interracial Marriage: Seeing life through the eyes of the other by Guest Contributor Michael Dobson It’s hard to write about your spouse or your marriage, but easy to write about love. When writing about both, it’s a story of humanity, of our world and the lens through which we see and experience our journeys. Nearly 20 years ago I called my eldest daughter Mia and told her that her dad was about to do something radical, that I was about to marry a white women. She was happy for [...]

Famous Friday

2017-08-31T18:08:57+00:00August 31st, 2017|

Seth DeValve   My last Famous Friday was on Cleveland Browns QB, DeShone Kizer, who two weeks ago was dreaming of winning the starting role. Since that time he has not only secured the starting position, but he’s achieved hero status here in Cleveland. Today’s Famous Friday features another kind of Browns hero (even though his wife asks that he not be viewed in that way), Seth DeValve. Yes, my Dad played most of his NFL career with the Browns and, yes, I am still a fan despite their streak [...]


2017-08-14T20:15:35+00:00August 14th, 2017|

Commentary in The Orlando Sentinel by Susan Graham, president of Project RACE: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/os-ed-biracial-conundrum-over-which-box-to-check-20170814-story.html

Living AFTER Loving

2017-06-12T19:11:40+00:00June 12th, 2017|

Living After Loving by Susan Graham June 12 is the 50th Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, the landmark decision by the Supreme Court that made interracial marriage legal in the United States. We were legally able to marry someone of another race, which I did in 1981. Life didn’t change much for my husband and me in those days. No one taunted or insulted us and we rarely got those crazy stares that some interracial couples report. Then we had children. My children are multiracial. You might also call them [...]


2017-05-22T06:36:26+00:00May 22nd, 2017|

NEWSFLASH! AARP becomes part of the federal government!  If you thought the American Association of Retired Persons was going to stand up for the rights of senior citizens, you were wrong. In an email dated 5/18/2018, AARP wrote to Project RACE that they must use the federal government’s racial categories. That applies to federal agencies; therefore, AARP has determined they are a federal agency. That also means they will sanction whatever the federal government decides is the best for the elderly population when it comes to healthcare, social security, Medicare, [...]

Famous Friday

2017-05-19T06:32:34+00:00May 19th, 2017|

Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley celebrated their 6-year wedding anniversary this week, and they are also the perfect candidates for this week’s Famous Friday. The perfect pair tied the knot on May 15th, 2011. Since they have brought two beautiful multiracial children into the world. Their eldest child is a sweet boy named Aden, and their youngest is a bubbly baby girl named Ariah. Tamera Mowry was born in Germany in 1978. She is a self-proclaimed ‘army brat’ due to her family’s militaristic background. She is also a very talented actress [...]

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