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Book Review: For My Family, Love Allie by Ellen B. Senisi

The author’s choice to illustrate the book with photographs instead of fine artwork adds a unique dimension to this book, which tells the story of Allie, a young, elementary school-aged girl who wants to make a gift for her family members that are visiting tomorrow. On the way to making something special, she helps her […]

Why Do I Have To Pick One Race?

I was filling out a questionnaire today and ran into every mixed person’s worst fear…the dreaded pick your race box! Ok maybe I’m being a little dramatic, but I must say that this truly sucks! You’re filling in all kinds of detailed and specific personal information and when it comes to the select your race […]

mixednation x DressLands Little Mistress Bandeau Prom Dress

mixednation x DressLands Little Mistress Bandeau Prom Dress With 3D Floral Applique Skirt Sweet as the first flowers of spring is the way you will look in this prom dress designed especially for memorable occasions. The delicately woven fabric gives the appearance of chiffon, but it’s one hundred percent polyester. The stretch top features a […]

Sochi 2014: A Changing Landscape

With almost every nation represented and nearly 400 events, the Olympic Games is the centre stage for the world’s athletic competition. The logo alone (the 5 Olympic rings) represent the unity of the five continents (Africa, America, Asia, Oceania, and Europe). Occurring every 2 years (rotating between the Winter and Summer Olympics), thousands of people […]

Reflections on Healthy Food vs. Junk Food

Excerpt from my Food journal #4: 12/23/13- 4:23pm- The Greek God yogurt (honey flavored) with organic granola mix on top. I love yogurt, especially this kind. It tastes good. It feels good in my stomach. And the granola crunchiness gives it the perfect kick. It’s kinda funny to be paying this much attention to the […]

Book Review: That’s My Mum by Henriette Barkow

That’s My Mum is a book that will have obvious significance for many in the Mixed-Heritage communities. One of the things I like about this book is that while the protagonist and first person narrator is Amelia who is brown with a white mother, her best friend whose family gets just as much space on […]

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