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Welcome to biracial generation,

We are Nina and Veronica, and we are the sole creators of this blog. The reason why we started this blog is to talk about what it’s like growing up to be a mixed child. 214 more words


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New Blog! Biracial Generation

Help Me Find My Black-and-Apache Dad

Tracing Your Roots: She is mixed-race and knows her white heritage but longs to know the rest of the story.

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What's in a name? 'Mixed,' 'biracial,' 'black'

African-American, black or negro? Professor Martha Jones writes that the language of race has always been a moving target.

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Biracial, and also black

University of Michigan professor Martha S. Jones is biracial, but always saw herself as black, until her students made her rethink her identity.

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