I figured it was all arbitrary. My family did not act like other immigrant or biracial families. Those kids had parents who spoke of siblings and childhoods in foreign countries with thick accents. They always seemed to be returning to those countries, or filling their households with decorations and music to make it feel like they had never left.
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Feb 06, · Being biracial means embracing all that you are, regardless of what society says.
As the African-American father of two proudly biracial young adults, I am hopeful that our colorful future will. Being biracial, in essence, you have no real ties to a specific group. You have a choice of who you want to be. When I use the term "biracial", I'm using the literal meaning that goes far beyond the stereotypical integration of black & white.
The anthology, Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide, is published by Coquí Press.
It is a non-fiction book that cites the experiences of both mixed-race authors and those in interracial partnerships of all ages and backgrounds, from all over the world. Being biracial, in essence, you have no real ties to a specific group. You have a choice of who you want to be. When I use the term "biracial", I'm using the literal meaning that goes far beyond the stereotypical integration of black & white.
Sarah Cade is a young, bi-racial, liberal woman. She's also a self-described gun nut and gun rights advocate.
Cade, a spokeswoman for the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus, owns an AR, shoots.