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The Mix: Stuart Coupe's new book on Michael Gudinski

Michael Gudinksi always frightened me a little. All those rock tycoons did. Michael was quick, loud and as powerful as the best of them and he’d sweep into the bandroom after a gig simultaneously exuding affection and praise and demanding attention and action himself. 91 more words

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Filling the Gaps in Financial Inclusion Data

> Posted by Nikhil Gehani, Marketing and Communications Manager, MIX

The importance of data in strategic decision-making cannot be overstated – especially in the era of ‘big data’. 436 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Are you with me?

Okay, short today. New round of The Mix event started and 7mad;Ravens released something so cool! It’s called Simple Shades. Simple…Pfft! They are freaking awesome and they give you so many options of how to wear them it’s incredible. 127 more words

Maryland: first anti-miscegenation statue in 1661

1661: The “First” Mixed-Race Milestone

Guest Post by Steven F. Riley

It is a surprisingly common misconception among many that the year 1967 represents the first milestone for people of ‘mixed-race’ in the United States.  844 more words


Why don’t indigenous Americans look like their pioneer ancestors?

Glenn Hodges | December 16, 2014 | National Geographic

The first face of the first Americans belongs to an unlucky teenage girl who fell to her death in a Yucatán cave some 12,000 to 13,000 years ago.  325 more words


Whatever you think you know about Shaun King, you don’t

Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King is currently at the center of a controversy that has nothing to do with a police shooting or brutality — it’s, instead, about his personal life and racial identity. 1,001 more words


Southern Rites: Gillian Laub's Provocative Photos

In Southern Rites, photographer Gillian Laub’s provocative 12-year visual study of Mount Vernon, Georgia’s struggle to confront longstanding issues of race and equality, Keyke Burns is quoted on the issue of segregated proms: “Every year there’s like one mixed couple and they are always welcome at our prom. 570 more words