“Princess Sofia is a mixed-heritage princess in a fairy-tale world." via NBCLatino
Photographs from a great event!
Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade
on getting questions about racial background via Jezebel.com
2010 US Census shows the population identifying as multiple-race grew faster than single-race population
Detailed social, economic, demographic, and housing data from the U.S. Census Bureau
a 19th c. data visualization via HandsomeAtlas.com & Brooklyn Brainery
Studying Demographics via The US Census Bureau's blog
Let’s talk about race, ethnicity, and identity. Panelists will start the conversation and we hope you’ll join in.
Visual artists, historians, and community activists discuss Puerto Rican communities in 1970s New York.
In this episode of the award-winning radio program Radiolab, they take a look at race.
Nicholas A. Jones, Chief of the Racial Statistics Branch of the US Census and Cynthia Gordy, The Root ~ via C-SPAN
Presented by The Audre Lorde Project's SAFE OUTside the System, an anti-violence program
via New York Magazine. An essay by John McWhorter
CBBG awarded Implementation grant
CBBG awarded $25,000 grant
She is the second African American woman to swim for the US Olympic team and she comes from a mixed-heritage family
via Ancestry.com: Research Connects First African-American President to First African Slave in the American Colonies
A great 4 minute video documenting a great day! You can spot CBBG at 2:43
In this podcast from The Moth, author June Cross tells how her mother made her keep her heritage a secret because she was mixed-race.