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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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It certainly is easier to exist as a multiracial person in the U.
Since Census 2000, the number of multiracial children in the U.
Additional analyses demonstrated that perceived support from adult family members was negatively associated with depressive symptomology in Latino, Asian, and multiracial adolescents.
There has been no ambiguity whatsoever in her contribution to the transformation of a somewhat racist British Empire into a robustly multiracial Commonwealth.
We use the terms "multiracial" and "mixed race" interchangeably as umbrella labels inclusive of, but not as substitutes for, derivative terms emerging in the literature to describe multiracial populations or people who identify two or more racial heritages, including biracial, hapa, mestizo, Mexipino, Amerasian, and Afroasian (Root & Kelley, 2003).
DaCosta finds that individual solutions did not fully meet multiracial individuals' needs for social recognition; instead they targeted the government as the official body with the legitimate power to label.
From the analysis of the "something else" entries it became apparent that some of the "one-race equals `something else' multiracials," such as Creole, did fit the definition of multiracial constructed for the statistical analysis.
The number of people who identify themselves as multiracial in the United States has grown from 3.
At the end of her journey, Senna comes full circle, becoming a parent to her own multiracial son.
Congregations interested in growing weekly attendance would do well to make a plan for recruiting new members, becoming multiracial and making sure serious conflict doesn't take root.
Karen Downing, Darlene Nichols and Kelly Webster, Multiracial America: A Resource Guide on the History and Literature of Interracial Issues.
Learning To Count To One: The Joy And Pain Of Becoming A Multiracial Church is a collection of testimonies from various authors belonging to the denomination of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.

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