5 Things Every Parent Should Remember When Raising Multiracial Children

Raising children can be had. Parents, here are 5 things to keep in mind when raising multiracial children.

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The Aftermath of the Election & What It Means To Me

After dropping the oldest off at school, I went on Twitter to check the latest updates. The news confirmed what I already knew. Georgia was definitely blue, and the number of blue votes was steadily increasing, meaning that a switch at this point was unlikely. As I write this today, we now know who the […]

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How The Hapa Project Changed My Life

For as long as I can remember, I have always been two things. I have straddled the race line, teetering ever so precariously between ‘white’ and ‘Asian.’ As someone who is of two races, I have had to go through the struggle of figuring of not just who I am, but what I am. If […]

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Being Half Invisible in America

Have you ever felt like part of you was invisible? That is how I feel every time I’m out and about. I feel as if only half of who I am is recognized and the other half is not. When people look at me, they automatically perceive me to be a certain race based on […]

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