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Not Asian Enough
Multigenerational Experiences and the Asian Diaspora
When people talk about the culture of the United States a term more commonly used now is ‘salad bowl’ since ‘melting pot’ implies assimilation, a homogeneous mixture, and loss of individual aspects of native cultures. 874 more words
According to this hair types chart at Naturally Curly, my curls are Type 3C. This means my hair needs super amounts of moisture retention. I straighten my hair every other month and here is how I do it starting with de-tangled hair that has been washed and deep conditioned 2 – 3 days prior: 497 more words
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was born on 15 August 1875 in Holborn, son of a Sierra Leonean doctor and an English mother. It is thought that his father had already returned to Sierra Leone before Samuel’s mother, Alice, knew that she was pregnant (the couple were not married) and so he never knew he had a son in London. 514 more words
I’m glad you took the click bait. Not to be a hipster, but I was mixed-race before it was cool.
I have been called “my mixed-race relative.” People have mistaken me as the niece, and not the daughter, of my white father when we go out with extended family. 505 more words