“She was so excited to wear this shirt and said “people will finally believe me now.” Mixed Nation, I am so glad we ran into your booth at the Gaslight Festival in Louisville, KY. The guy working at the booth talked to Kaleigh and literally had me tearing up! What you all are doing […]
Hi Mixed Nation! My name is Jordan…but in Thailand, they call me Jojo. I’m 13 years old and I was born in America…but moved to Thailand when I was 7. I’m half black, 1/4 white, and 1/4 Thai. I love being able to claim 3 very different ethnicities and I embrace every part of who […]
It wasn’t too long ago when Halle Berry broke the color barrier and became the first African American to win Best Actress in 2002 for Monster’s Ball. Her speech was emotionally raw and captured such a beautiful moment in history. It’s evident that Halle understood the significance of her win. In her speech she said, […]
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Mixed Nation is a Proud Supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness Month! One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Early detection saves lives. Check often and encourage those you love to do the same! Please share your stories and inspiration with us for your chance to win a “Beautifully Blended” t-shirt! Please […]
In keeping with our motto of “Empower-Inspire-Embrace” Mixed Nation recognizes the accomplishment of Michael Sam becoming the first openly gay National Football League player! In doing so, Michael also revealed the mixture of his relationship. Mixed Nation appreciates and respects the point of views of its supporters. We ask that your comments continue to be […]
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 […]
It was reported yesterday that Sister Sister star Tamera Mowry opened up about the amount of online abuse her and her husband, Adam Housely, have been receiving for years about their interracial marriage. Tamera was recently on Oprah’s ‘Where Are They Now’, and broke down into tears detailing the levels of horrific racial slurs and […]