When I was younger, my brother and I would fly from Virginia to Oklahoma to visit my grandparents for summer vacation. They lived in a small town that had one stoplight, one grocery store and a single Wal-Mart that was over three miles away. We would pass our time fishing, camping and going to church, […]
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A Black Belt in both Karate and Taekwondo, Ed began MMA fighting in 2005 out of San Diego, California. Achieving a 8-3 record, with six out of his eight wins by knockout, Ed is obviously a skilled fighter. He was a title contender in the World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) and currently trains fighters at the […]
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Congratulations to New York City’s new mayor Bill de Blasio. His beautifully blended family is a great representation of our Mixed Nation! You can read more about the story here! photo credit: James Keivom/New York Daily News
Mixed Nation’s Community Question is from Marcus who asks, “I feel like I have trouble fitting in at school. I’m half white and half black and sometimes I feel like I have to choose one or the other to associate with. Have any of you ever felt this way? What did you do?” Please feel […]
Can we help answer Cara’s Community Question today? How would you handle this situation? Please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section!
Growing up in the heart of cosmopolitan San Francisco, it was easy for my mother to infuse her culture into me. Here, Japanese culture was ubiquitous. I had Japanese doctors, dentists, abacus classes, and grocery stores. Every Saturday morning, I attended Japanese school with full-Japanese students. I hated it. I was at a disadvantage with only […]