I love this book so very much… I can read it ten good times. She represents a child’s experience… With such cool, catchy rhymes. Most of the mother-child relationships in the book are clearly representative of an interracial family (even though we don’t see fathers) with children who look racially different from their mothers. Julianne Moore […]
Mixed Nation founder Luke Whitehead shares the story of his mix! If you would like to share the story of your mix with the world, here’s your chance to be featured in our globally distributed ebook. Click Here to Enter: The Story of My Mix ebook (feature search)
Watch and enjoy the diversity of dance showcased from A to Z in this incredible video. These highly talented dancers demonstrate an amazing variety of dances on the rooftops of Los Angeles buildings. This multicultural group of performers show off all kinds of moves, from arabesque to twerking, and anything else you can think of. Featured […]
Mixed Nation Presents: Volp Music’s “Desperate Attempt” to make a difference with Hip Hop. This is a positive song that was created to inspire people to make a change for the better. With all of the ignorant hip hop that’s polluting our society today…this song is a breath of fresh air!
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 […]
It’s playoff time in the NBA and the Los Angeles Clippers have a real shot at winning the championship this year, but instead of focusing on their next game they’re dealing with a racist owner. A couple of days ago a recording of Clippers owner Donald Sterling having an ignorant/racist conversation with his mixed race […]
I am the African-American mother of a Mixed Heritage child who many think is white. It doesn’t matter where I go in New York City, we get stares, comments and questions. New York is a place where most life is public—we aren’t in cars; we are on subways, buses and walking on sidewalks. We have […]
Growing up in California, I clearly remember learning about Cesar Chavez on the news around the time he passed away. Right after watching the recently released movie about him, I assumed I had been in high school because of how clearly I remembered that time in history. After doing some research for this article though, […]