The Mixed Remixed Festival is an annual film, book and performance festival that celebrates stories of the mixed-race and multiracial experience.
Hundreds of people came from far and wide for celebration, connection and community. Join us for the 3rd annual Mixed Remixed Festival June 10 and 11, 2016. Registration is now open.
Please consider donating to the Festival you love. This is an all-volunteer project. We beg, borrow and barter for everything we can, but many things still cost money. Plus, we offer this festival for FREE to all of you!
To learn more check out the 2016 Indiegogo Campaign that raised $10,803.
You can still help support the project by Donating HERE!
This is a quick little Ted Talk on unconscious bias--I love Helen's examples! The whole thing made me think about the blue and black (or white and gold) dress. Of which, I still don't know how to process... Enjoy!
An article "How the Rules of Racism Are Different for Asian Americans", was shared over a million times on Facebook and has grown into a book. See on goodmenproject.com
What historical records say about the mixed-race heroine of a new film.Have you seen the movie yet? If not, do you plan on it? I sure do! See on www.theroot.com
Catana Tully explores questions of race, adoption and identity, not as the professor of cultural studies that she became, but as the Black child of German settlers in Guatemala who called her their “little Moor.”You can find the book on amazon: Split at the Root: A Memoir of Love and Lost Identity Catana Tully is also an Adoption Couseling Expert--see more about her work at splitattheroot.com
Seven-year-old Baylor needs a multiracial bone marrow donor to hep treat his leukemia. But that's easier said than done.Only two percent of mixed race children find a match on the National Bone Marrow Donor Registry. Find out what's being done (and what you can do about it): thinkprogress.org