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Friends Sheila Wise Rowe (63) and William "Bil" Mooney-McCoy (66) remember their childhoods amidst Boston's efforts to desegregate public schools.
Eleanor Leiter (16) talks with her twin sister Frances leiter (16) about what it is like living as a biracial person. This interview also covers the kind of identity Frances feels being half white and half taiwanese.
Many believe that struggles with being biracial only include having to choose between two identities, but it is much more complicated than that. From both sides, whether it be from both a minority group or white culture, individuals tend to...
A son, born in Africa to American parents who had been in the Peace Corps, recount stories of a childhood in Africa, and life in a multiracial family.
One Small Step partners Sasha Lewis (45) and Julius "Jules" Rothlein (74) discuss their faith backgrounds, raising a transgender child, and some of the experiences that shaped their political views.
Asking my biracial brother what it was like growing up in a white household.
My mom had the time to sit down with me a explain some things about her life growing up. She came from a biracial background and sometimes had a hard time. She was a young mom and wife, and now...
Maureen Rouhi (65) has a conversation with her daughter Sara Rouhi (35) about being biracial, Iran, and mental health.
Jesse Maroney (37) talks with his friend and colleague at LinkOutside, Amin Eshaiker (37) about some of the biggest influences in his life growing up as a biracial child in Connecticut and spending time with his father's family in North...
in this interview a daughter(Alayla) and her mother (Maraline) talk about growing up, not fitting in, struggling, and finding.
Amber's female lineage made doing her hair into an art form.
Brittany shared her cultural identity journey with me through thoughtful dialouge. We met in a coffee shop, so there is some backround noise. Might this common environment inspire you to not be deterred by your surroundings to have vulnerable conversations.
A biracial couples view on racial equality, talking about their past and present. And discussing the future of civil rights.
Melissa Fineman (21) talks with her father Marvin Fineman (67) about an art pieces expressing her struggles of being bicultural.