WATCH: Auburn – All About Him + My Baby

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Auburn – All About Him + My Baby We love it when we see songs about interracial love and Auburn has a couple of really cute ones.  Check our “All About Him” and “My Baby” below.  We know you’ll enjoy these interracial love songs as much as we do!  If you have another great song […]

WATCH: This is what white privilege looks like

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Here’s a great video clip from Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequality. In the video, a woman discusses an incidence of white privilege and demonstrates just how much power a light completion can elicit. ORIGINAL: By Cracking the Codes.

WATCH: Tavi Gevinson breaks down feminism for us on TEDxTeen

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WATCH: If She Can See It, She Can Be It {SeeJane.org}

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via Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media | SeeJane.org  

Ask a Muslim: New Web Series Promotes Understanding of a Misunderstood Religion

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Ask a Muslim: New Web Series Promotes Understanding of a Misunderstood Religion It starts with interfaith dialogue—the real, unstaged, not-necessisarily-PC kind. That’s what it takes to change public sentiment about Muslims. As it is, all the dialogue in intrafaith, non-Muslims talking to other non-Muslims about Muslims and Muslims talking to other Muslims about Muslims. The […]

WATCH: PBS Online Film Festival (Feb. 27-March 30, 2012)

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  Watch & Learn, Great Films for Free The first ever PBS Online Film Festival has begun and 20 short films from independent film makers are available for viewing, absolutely free. Every Monday through March 30th, a new category of films will be available to watch via the PBS website and the PBS YouTube channel.  And for the […]

An Interracial Valentine’s Day: Loving Story to Premier on HBO Tonight at 9pm

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  Interracial Loving I laid in bed last night, beautiful husband asleep next to me, precious fourth child (who thinks we are in his bed) sound asleep between us, and I imagined the sheer terror we would experience if a team of law enforcement officers broke down our door and rushed into our bedroom, guns […]

Films That Teach {Racism}: “Slavery and the Making of America”

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Image via pbs.org   This post is part of a new series on Multicultural Familia called, “Films That Teach”.  You can follow the series by clicking clicking the tag “Films That Teach”  If you have a recommendation for an upcoming feature, please add it to the comments!    Slavery and the Making of America One of […]

The Hapa Community & Kip Fulbeck

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  Part of the Mixed Community is the Hapa Community. What is a Hapa, you ask? Hapa is Hawaiian  for “half”. The term became popular in Hawaii first as “hapa haole”, which means “half white”. Hapa is most often used in a positive light. Hapa haole however is sometimes used as a put down. The first […]

The American Muslim Project: Real Muslims Show Their Real Selves

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The Foundation of The American Muslim Project The American Muslim Project (AMP) is a website full of short videos, but they aren’t just any videos. They’re videos of Muslims, talking about, well, whatever they want.  No long dissertations on Muslim-American relations. No sermons. No speeches. Just casual talk about the things that make them tick. […]