Multiracialism Is Not A Trend: Don’t Treat It As Such

Image, a crowd of multiple folks, by Malcolm Garrett.

This blog post is definitely late to the news. As I have indicated in my post about owning up to my passing privilege, I am still new to social justice compared to many others. Just because I did research on one corner of it years ago, and was a secretary for a student organization that advocated for it, does not mean I was as much in as I am now. Only this past year or two have I really fully owned to working on social justice, and I have a lot of catching up to do yet. Continue reading “Multiracialism Is Not A Trend: Don’t Treat It As Such”

Not Commonly Treated As White Does Not Mean Never Passing: It Counts in Colorism

I am going to make a post very different from my previous ones about the multiracial experience. For the sake of showing my growth, I will keep those about, but knowing what I do now, there is so much I would change. They were authentic feelings, those experiences and reflections. Yet, there are quite a few insights I have faced the past week that knowing what I do now, the wisdom I had acquired, I would have changed several things I have done these years. Or, even what I had written about, really. Continue reading “Not Commonly Treated As White Does Not Mean Never Passing: It Counts in Colorism”

Time for Giving 2018, Reflecting on Multicultural Identity After Watching Trevor Noah

Comments: The above photo comes from Pexels.com

My wallet is weeping despite my considerate choices in purchases, and vendors. Part of the reason is that I am providing gifts to more than usual this year, and I am going to be visiting four families this year (if the weather does not interfere). Continue reading “Time for Giving 2018, Reflecting on Multicultural Identity After Watching Trevor Noah”

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