My daughter’s skin is like cinnamon. She’s got Bangkok black hair and a Navajo nose that compliments her full African American lips. She is the epitome of beauty. I hope she never has to hear that, “One drop of this makes you that,” but if she does, I hope she smiles and says, “Yeah, I […]
Eracism [erase – ism]: The act of erasing racism and all forms of discrimination. The Eracism concept and design were created by Mixed Nation founder Luke Whitehead with the help of comic book artist Mario “OMG” Gully. Together we can truly make a difference. The world needs this. Please Like & Share, if you agree. […]
Black History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans. Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated […]
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“Now more than ever, we must teach our children that diversity is beautiful, powerful, and valuable.” – Luke Whitehead Please Like & Share, if you agree. ✌🏽❤️🌎#MixedNation #Inspiration #Diversity #Inclusion #Unity #Humanity #Eracism #WeAreOne
Check out the meaningful way this math teacher chose to celebrate Black History Month! Please Like, Comment, and Share! ❤️🌎 Math teacher Jovan Bradshaw of Magnolia Middle School in Moss Point, Miss., covered her classroom door with bright yellow paper and a message (which she attributed to poet and author the Rev. Nadine Drayton-Keen): “Dear Students, they […]
This beautifully blended woman was featured in the National Geographic magazine on October 2013. Beauty comes in all colors, shades, and hues.
Raising Kids in a Multicultural Relationship I want to share one of my most challenging relationship moments with you. Not because I want to re-live it (believe me I do not!) but because I imagine many of you can relate. (Deep breath…here it goes) Back when my husband I were dating, the conversation came […]