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You Act White: My Response as a Mixed Race Asian/White Woman

My father was born in a small coastal town on the island of Samar in the Philippines. He grew up playing with spiders and WWII bullet shells left over from the Japanese when they occupied his village in the Forties. 3,454 more words

Mixed Race

Monday Muse

Hi Dolls

Happy Monday, Happy New Week. Hope you all had a fab weekend and are all ready to tackle on this new week. We are currently having a snow storm here in NYC, so if you are from here please be safe out their diving, walking and hope you are bundled up. 80 more words


That "Peculiar" Institution

From the Program in African American History, Library Company of Philadelphia

This detail of an envelope from the Library Company of Philadelphia’s Civil War Envelope Collection depicts a white master in bed with his slave. 57 more words

On Being a Mixed Girl

I will fully admit that I have not watched the recent documentary “Light Girls” that was on television. I suppose I should. Maybe one day I will. 473 more words


I was really drunk in Fells Point. I had taken shots like I was bulletproof, so I was one brave, talkative son of a bitch (no disrespect to my mother and no sprouting of dicks for me). 95 more words


I Am Not Half of A Whole

I have always identified as mixed race. My father is black Caribbean and my mother is British and Spanish. I can’t remember precisely when I realised I disliked the term half cast. 484 more words


The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon by Tom Spanbauer

A zany, over the top novel, and a delightful read.

Story blurb: Set against the harsh reality of an unforgiving landscape and culture, The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon provides a vision of the Old West unlike anything seen before. 701 more words

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