Kylah Maka and Nani Clark

15 Things I Learned From My Mixed Friends

I love race. Stop-and-frisk, the African Diaspora, Kimye; you name it, I’m there. But as much as I love debating post racial America in the Age of Obama, there are uncharted territories. As a black woman I know all too well about discrimination, isolation and misconstrued perceptions of beauty. However after some very in-depth conversations […]

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Top 5 Hottest Mixed Race Male Celebrities

We’ve come up with our own list of the top 5 Hottest Mixed Race Male Celebrities. This list is based on a combination of success, talent, and looks. Please let us know who you would like to see on our next list. We hope you enjoy the eye candy! 😉 Aubrey “Drake” Graham Aubrey “Drake” Graham […]

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We Are Ali

On Friday, June 3, 2016, the world lost a great humanitarian, millions lost a lifelong hero, my city lost a beloved son, and I feel like I lost a member of my family. Muhammad Ali fought his last battle; and he won. I was at a fundraiser for a local, Christian nonprofit in the Muhammad […]

20 Years Without Tupac

On September 13th, 1996 the world lost one of the best rapper/poets to ever walk the earth. His song “Keep Ya Head Up” shows just how powerful music can be, when it’s used to uplift. R.I.P. Tupac Shakur…you’re gone, but never forgotten! Art by: GQtheDog

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Balancing My Opposite Identities

A few weeks ago I was asked to describe myself in one word. Without hesitation I said “whasian,” which is a combination of the words “white + Asian.” I said this because my father is white and my mother is Korean, and I’ve always felt that I’m the exact mix of my very culturally different […]

Cross-Cultural Music

Cross-Cultural Influences in the Evolution of Music

Oftentimes, we take for granted many of the things in our world that would have never even existed if it wasn’t for the mixing of diverse cultures. Music is universal and it is an art form that has evolved so much over the years precisely because of the influence of cross-cultural exchanges. Let’s take Salsa, […]

Hapa Pride

12 Images of Hapas Who Love Being Mixed Race

Have you ever heard the term “hapa” before? I encountered the term firsthand in Hawaii two years ago as I was paying at a register. The native Hawaiian cashier said, “Are you hapa? You look mixed.” I was intrigued to learn more about the origin and use of the term, so I looked it up […]

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