biracial


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biracial

adjective Referring to a person born to parents of two different racial heritages—e.g., Asian, Black or White.
noun A person of mixed racial heritage.
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57 percent of infants of biracial heritage have the same information in both data sources.
Studies thus far have been limited by the use of racial comparison strategies that examine Black versus White differences and sample sizes that are too small to examine differences across and within multiple racial/ethnic groups including biracial individuals.
I think this commercial is a really big step for interracial families,'' biracial law school graduate Meagan Hatcher-Mays said Monday on TODAY.
At the start of The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, the unnamed narrator explains that he never knew he was anything other than a white boy until a teacher revealed his biracial identity in grammar school.
He concluded that biracial children who are hospitalized for psychiatric treatment are admitted because of crises related to racial identity.
Examining ethnic identity and self-esteem among biracial and monoracial adolescents.
Both biracial (Etheredge's mother is Irish and her father is black American; Levy's mother is black American and her father is Jewish), the two became friends, and eventually the business venture was born.
They also reflect on his self-presentation as an African American of biracial heritage.
The proud mother of four biracial and bicultural daughters, she gave birth to all her children at home.
Over the last 30 years, biracial individuals have become one of the fastest growing populations in the United States.
Simon and Roorda's In Their Own Voices: Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories shared the experiences of 24 Black and biracial children who had been adopted into White families in the late 1960s and 1970s.
Her mother, who is of Norwegian ancestry, has raised Cameron to believe she is white, but Cameron's actually biracial.