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The Hapa Project
Originally a derogatory label derived from the Hawaiian word for “half,” Hapa has since been embraced as a term of pride by many whose mixed racial heritage includes Asian or Pacific Island descent.
Frontline: Jefferson's Blood
The race of Sally Hemings's and Thomas Jefferson's son, Eston Hemings, was indisputably "black" while he was a slave at Monticello. Years later, living in Ohio in 1850 as a free man, Eston was described by a census taker as "mulatto." A decade later, Eston and his wife had moved to Wisconsin where a census taker listed them as "white." What was the "truth" of Eston Hemings's race? To answer the question is to take a journey through America's mixed-race past.
Mixed Race, Mixed Feelings
Do people of mixed race feel caught between two stools or are they nestling in the best of both worlds?
Organizations and Associations
The Association of MultiEthnic Americans.
The MAVIN Foundation
The nation's leading organization that builds healthy communities that celebrate and empower mixed heritage people and families.
The Multiracial Activist
The Multiracial Activist (TMA) is a libertarian oriented activist journal covering social and civil liberties issues of interest to to individuals who perceive themselves to be "biracial" or "multiracial," "interracial" couples/families and "transracial" adoptees.