Skin Color and Race

2017-10-13T08:19:57+00:00October 13th, 2017|

Genes for Skin Color Rebut Dated Notions of Race, Researchers Say Carl Zimmer A gallery of busts from the 19th century showing human diversity on display in the Museum of Mankind in Paris. Scientists have found that the genetic variations that determine skin color are widely shared. Credit Romuald Meigneux/SIPA, via Associated Press For centuries, skin color has held powerful social meaning — a defining characteristic of race, and a starting point for racism. “If you ask somebody on the street, ‘What are the main differences between races?,’ they’re going [...]

Commentary

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

Project RACE Denounces White Supremacy

2017-08-14T06:03:52+00:00August 14th, 2017|

Project RACE Denounces White Supremacy The Board of Directors of Project RACE denounces white supremacy, white nationalists, and neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klan, white nationalists, and the “alt-right” for their blatant racism and hate rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over the past weekend. Project RACE will always stand against any persons who threaten the multiracial community and any other minority group. The hateful speech and deplorable actions by a few resulted in deaths and injuries and must be stopped before they are allowed to thrive and spread violence. We acknowledge President Trump’s [...]

Missouri? Really?

2017-08-03T05:53:38+00:00August 3rd, 2017|

What people are talking about... Missouri. In recent days, the NAACP issued a travel advisory to warn minorities about the dangers of traveling through the state. This is the first time the org has ever put out a warning like this. It comes as a response to a state law passed earlier this year that requires anyone suing a company for wrongful termination because of discrimination, to prove that was the explicit reason they were fired. Prior to this, workers just had to prove it was part of the reason. [...]

Thank you!

2017-06-14T06:42:02+00:00June 14th, 2017|

Thank you to everyone who helped make Multiracial Heritage Week a success again this year! 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 [...]

Race and DNA

2017-04-24T07:37:01+00:00April 24th, 2017|

DNA Tests, and Sometimes Surprising Results APRIL 20, 2017 Students at West Chester University in Pennsylvania have volunteered to take part in ancestry DNA testing. Anita Foeman, a communications professor, says she has found that conversations around race are “complicated and jagged.” CreditWest Chester University Race and identity in many ways define who we think we are, while modern genetics can challenge those notions. To delve into these issues, I am involved with a communications studies project at West Chester University in Pennsylvania that explores narratives at the intersection of [...]

Let’s Get it Done!

2017-03-31T07:30:41+00:00March 31st, 2017|

Project RACE needs volunteers from every state to help gain official recognition of MULTIRACIAL HERITAGE WEEK! June 7 - 14 Click Here: ProjectRACE.com/MHW Make sure your state is represented!

Superiority of mixed-race people?? HUH?

2016-06-01T01:09:58+00:00June 1st, 2016|

Book about the superiority of mixed-race people going into a 2nd printing, and the internet is pissed By Charles Pulliam-Moore via breakingankles.mayhem.cbssports.com In 2006, author Alon Ziv published the first edition of Breeding Between the Lines, a haphazard exploration of the idea that mixed-race people are inherently “healthier and more attractive” than people of non-mixed backgrounds.“The biology of race is a sensitive topic with an ugly history, butBreeding Between the Lines approaches it responsibly,” the book’s website reads. “Ziv presents evidence from academic journals, world history, census counts, and pop culture [...]

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