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

  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 […]

Diversity on Demand Initiative Expands Multicultural Programming

  Discover Diversity Programming Via Facebook & Win Prizes! Throughout February, digital cable customers will have access to a variety of films and resources about Black history and culture as part of cable’s Diversity On Demand initiative. Diversity On Demand, which kicked off February 1, will focus on Black History Month and wrap up following Hispanic Heritage Month […]

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

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Image via   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

  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 […]

FRONTLINE Presents “Lost in Detention” {Airs Tonight – Oct.18}

  FRONTLINE Presents “Lost in Detention” Tuesday, October 18, 2011, at 9 P.M. ET on PBS @frontlinepbs Last year, the Obama administration set new records for detaining and deporting immigrants who were inside the country illegally. The government plans to best those numbers in 2011, removing more than 400,000 people. In partnership with […]