Inspiration

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 […]

I AM ME

A Few days ago I attended an event for the Black Community at my school. I took a photo with some black friends along with another multiracial women. The women insisted that the photographer do his best not to make her look “too light”. After taking the photo it was pointed out that she wasn’t […]

Mixed Nation Inspiration: Jordan Alexis Epley

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 […]

My Response to “Mixed is Just a Term Used to Separate Us.”

I recently received the following comment on an article I wrote and wanted to share my response with you: “85 % of blacks in America are mixed.  This is not a new phenomena in our community.  Mixed race is just a new term that has emerged that tries to further seperate us.  If you look […]

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 […]

We Are One: Tour and Documentary

I am blessed. I spend time with the wonderful staff of Mixed Nation every week. Luke, Michelle, Antecia, and Lai-Ling are dedicated, smart, thoughtful and hilarious colleagues and to spend time with them traveling the country to meet the Mixed Nation family would be a dream come true. But this tour isn’t about me or […]

Mixed Nation Reached Over 38 Million People This Week!

We are happy to announce that our facebook page went viral! Mixed Nation’s goal is to empower, inspire and embrace people from all over the world. We celebrate diversity and promote cultural harmony. This week was a great example of our movement truly making a difference! Our facebook page reached over 38,000,000+ people this week! We […]

Loving Day

Loving Day is the biggest multiracial celebration in the United States. It’s an annual celebration held on June 12th, honoring the anniversary of the 1967 United States Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia which ended all anti-miscegenation laws (these were old laws banning interracial marriage). Loving Day is not an officially recognized U.S. holiday, but it definitely should be! Loving v. Virginia was an extremely important […]

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