Teaching A Multicultural Child About Holi

Teaching A Multicultural Child About Holi   Raising a Multicultural & Biracial Child My husband’s parents are from Northern India, and they are Hindu.  They came to the United States from India in the 1960s. The preservation of their culture here in the U.S. is imperative to them. And it is also of the utmost …

Biracial Identity: Yes I’m Biracial, But I Embrace Being African-American

Biracial Identity: Yes I’m Biracial, But I Embrace Being African-American Many of you wrote to us inquiring about the following article: Interracial/Intercultural Marriage-African-American Woman And Indian Man.  In particular, you asked about Francesca and her racial identity.  After reading the bonus section, you noticed that she solely identified as an African-American woman when she is …

IVF Vs. Adoption, Why We Chose Adoption: A Multiracial Family’s Journey To Transracial Adoption

IVF Vs. Adoption, Why We Chose Adoption: A Multiracial Family’s Journey To Transracial Adoption Tell Us About Your Family Hi, I’m Alexis.  I’m a stay at home mom who works harder than she ever did in the private sector but, that’s just parenthood, right?!?!  I’m married to a great man who also happens to be …

7 Books For Multiracial Families By Multiracial Authors

7 BOOKS FOR MULTIRACIAL FAMILIES BY MULTIRACIAL AUTHORS The multiracial experience across the globe is a unique one. And it is not often that you come across books that have been written by multiracial authors that speak about what life is like as a mixed raced person.   Many of these books are narratives and …

BIRACIAL PARENTING-WHERE ARE THE KIDS THAT LOOK LIKE ME?

BIRACIAL PARENTING-WHERE ARE THE KIDS THAT LOOK LIKE ME? “I want to go play with my sister!” I looked at my biracial daughter with confusion because she does not have a sister.  She pointed at a little Caucasian girl she had began to play with, in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) waiting area, that had a fondness for my little …