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AMC Diversity Training

I recently facilitated a Diversity & Inclusion training for Alliance Medical Center (AMC) in Healdsburg, California. Healdsburg is a city located in Sonoma County, in California’s Wine Country. Through three primary care clinics Alliance Medical Center supports more than 13,000 families each year, most of whom are from low-income backgrounds, are un-/underinsured, and who would otherwise continue […]

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 […]

Justin Bieber Apologizes For Racist Joke

A video has surfaced of (a 15-year-old) Justin Bieber telling a racist joke with his friends, and he uses the N-word in the clip! This is obviously a PR nightmare for the 20 year old pop star and it adds to a growing list of trouble that he’s found himself in lately. In the video, posted to TMZ.com, the pop […]

Kim Kardashian Takes A Stand Against Racism For Her Mixed Race Daughter

Reality superstar Kim Kardashian, shared an extremely personal post on her website explaining how having her beautiful baby girl  North West (with hip hop superstar Kanye West) has opened her eyes to the reality of racism and discrimination in the world. She expressed her fears and concerns on raising a mixed race child in a world where racism is […]

Mixed Nation Louisville Store Grand Opening

Join the Mixed Nation team Saturday, February 27, 2016 as we open our new store front in Louisville, KY! Stop by and show some love to our positive, multicultural movement…we will definitely have a great time! Let us know you’ll be there by RSVPing our our Facebook page 🙂

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 […]

Award Winning Author, Poet and Civil Rights Activist Maya Angelou Dies At Age 86

One of the most inspirational voices of our time has passed away! Award winning author, poet and civil rights activist Dr. Maya Angelou died today at the age of 86. Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines told WFMY News 2 that Angelou’s caregiver found her dead in her home Wednesday morning. The cause of death is still unknown, but her […]

Why Do I Have To Pick One Race?

I was filling out a questionnaire today and ran into every mixed person’s worst fear…the dreaded pick your race box! Ok maybe I’m being a little dramatic, but I must say that this truly sucks! You’re filling in all kinds of detailed and specific personal information and when it comes to the select your race […]

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