Do mixed people understand the black struggle? The reason I bring up this topic is because I feel like as a person coming from a biracial background (black & white), people often assume I don’t know anything about black culture. I remember one particular incident where one of my extremely intelligent black girlfriends told me […]
“My wife is Thai and I am Black American. We love this site because it shows that you don’t have to stay with your race to be happy. Yet it shows people around the world that we have real love. I’m very happy with my Wife and I Love her so much. Sometimes you have […]
“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 […]
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 […]
Out of Many, We are One. We are Mixed Nation! Happy 4th of July to you and yours!
“Seeing a racist post from a FORMER Facebook friend has inspired me to wear one of my favorite t-shirts today! #MixedNation #Eracism“. – Lacey True Mixed Nation is a multicultural movement that celebrates diversity and promotes cultural harmony. Our online community consists of 500,000+ people worldwide. Our goal is to empower, inspire, and embrace positive people from […]
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 […]