Biracial and Multiracial

There are a billion legitimate ways to start a conversation that don’t involve exoticizing and othering a complete stranger.
Here's how these women with Eurocentric beauty features raised multiracial children.
My husband and I have been able to help our kids not only see differences, but most importantly, celebrate them.
One couple’s experience parenting a multiracial family in Bozeman, Montana.
The growth coincides with the rise of interracial marriages.
Obama had originally campaigned for the presidency, in part, on the complexity of his racial background. As the brown-skinned
Loving is in theaters in LA and NY currently and will open nationwide this holiday season. Loving is a quiet dignified film
A vote for Trump is a tacit acceptance, if not endorsement, of the vilest, scariest iteration of racism and sexism in the modern era.
Your children need to be comfortable in their own skin
As a mostly masculine, caucasian man from New York I had little pushback when I chose to live as an openly gay man. In fact, the majority of the time I forget I am part of a sexual minority.
C. M. Rubin is the author of two widely read online series for which she received a 2011 Upton Sinclair award, "The Global
The letter said the neighborhood "does not need any blacks."
My daughter is beautiful and mesmerizing, but she looks nothing like me.
For a moment I thought about NOT stopping. It was an unmarked car and thought maybe it's someone goofing off and flashing their lights. But I'd rather be safe than sorry. So, I pull over at the side of the road and a police officer approached the passenger side of my car.
I am a white woman and I don't know what to do or say. I can only strive to be compassionate, loving, understanding, informed, and slow to judge. I refuse to stand down and be quiet.
Hate breeds hate and our only hope left in this world lies within what we can control. Hope isn't in your Facebook status, your Ksl news article debate or even your good-willed peace protests. It starts at home, and it starts with you.
Usually the first thing strangers say to my daughters upon meeting them is, “Wow, you both have beautiful blue eyes.” If