“Pick one” or check “other” were once the only options for multi-racial people. But as more than 7 million Americans indentify as belonging to more than one race, our ideas of ethnicities are becoming less black and white.
Author Kip Fullbeck explorers the subject of multi-racial children in his latest book, Mixed. Fullbeck combines photographs and experiences from children who have as many as nine ethnicities.
Listen as Fullbeck details his own struggles as a multi-raced child, and how the younger generation answers the question, “So, what are you?”
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