New People Interracial Magazine

New People Interracial Magazine The new web home for New People In*******al Magazine. Yvette Walker published New People In*******al Magazine (1989-1995 in print, 1995-2003 online).

"We felt it was about time that people interested in a multiracial world have a publication all their own that can address the important issues." Yvette Walker, publisher

Yvette Walker is the editor and publisher of New People In*******al e-Magazine. Yvette published New People as a magazine from 1990-1995 with subscribers in the U.S., Canada and overseas. When postage and printing costs became t

"We felt it was about time that people interested in a multiracial world have a publication all their own that can address the important issues." Yvette Walker, publisher

Yvette Walker is the editor and publisher of New People In*******al e-Magazine. Yvette published New People as a magazine from 1990-1995 with subscribers in the U.S., Canada and overseas. When postage and printing costs became t

Operating as usual

12/15/2020
The Loving Generation

The Loving Generation

Lacey Schwartz Delgado shares what inspires her to choose the stories she tells.

It's so nice to see We Are the 15 Percent going strong in 2020! They began this site after a backlash to a Cheerios ad i...
10/26/2020
We Are the 15 Percent

It's so nice to see We Are the 15 Percent going strong in 2020! They began this site after a backlash to a Cheerios ad in 2013 featuring an in*******al family. Check out their recent photos of in*******al families. https://wearethe15percent.com/

A crowd-sourced collection of portraits of American in*******al families and marriages, inspired by a Cheerios ad.

Kamala Harris' Indian roots and why they matter
08/12/2020
Kamala Harris' Indian roots and why they matter

Kamala Harris' Indian roots and why they matter

Besides being the first Black woman on the ticket, Kamala Harris is also the first Indian American. Her mother Shyamala Gopalan was born in Chennai and immigrated to the US to attend a doctoral program at UC Berkeley. Like Barack Obama, a mixed-race heritage has allowed Harris to connect across iden...

The actor is half-Filipino. “It’s a tricky cocktail in America,” Darren Criss says. “Anyone who is biracial can attest t...
05/04/2020
Darren Criss Opens Up About Being Biracial: ‘I’m Closer to My Identity Than I Ever Was Before'

The actor is half-Filipino. “It’s a tricky cocktail in America,” Darren Criss says. “Anyone who is biracial can attest to this: No matter how much or how little they look like their respective mix, it’s a constant work in progress.”

The actor, who stars in the upcoming series Hollywood on Netflix, knows that for much of his career, he has been seen as “conventionally Caucasian"

02/23/2020
www.census.gov

An academic paper (long read), but a curious thesis: "In*******al and Inter-ethnic Marriage and Cohabitation and Self-Rated Health." Spoiler, what race you are married to impacts your health. This is self-rated, so I would say it's not 100 percent objective.

https://www.census.gov/content/dam/Census/library/working-papers/2018/adrm/rsm2018-03.pdf

This isn't a new performance but has been making the rounds of social media lately. Watch the 2017 World Team winning pa...
02/17/2020
Breathtaking Ice Skating Performance - 'Sound Of Silence'

This isn't a new performance but has been making the rounds of social media lately. Watch the 2017 World Team winning pairs performance in figure skating in Tokyo. It's delightful and so beautiful to see these two.

A breathtaking performance to ‘Sound Of Silence’ by Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres - the winning pair at the World Team Trophy in Figure Skating 2017.

My annual reminder that Martin Luther King, Jr.. was pro in*******al marriage. He said this 7 years before the laws chan...
01/20/2020

My annual reminder that Martin Luther King, Jr.. was pro in*******al marriage. He said this 7 years before the laws changed: "In a truly integrated society, in*******al marriage should be legal. This is not a true problem, since individuals marry, not races. School integration has not led to an increase in such marriages. The basic aim of the Negro is not to become the white man's brother-in-law, but his brother."
-- Martin Luther King Jr. in 1960

Just one more about Megan and Harry. It's just too good not to share.
01/10/2020

Just one more about Megan and Harry. It's just too good not to share.

Dear Harry,

Darling Harry.

We have watched you grow from a smiley, cheeky little boy, who adored his mother, his brother and his little trio, to one who quickly had to grow up. Overnight.

We watched , along with the whole world, as your life, your grief and your pain....was blasted all over our television screens.

We watched you walk behind ...that...carriage.

We watched you, a little 12 year old boy, be expected to keep up with the men around you, and emotionally cope with what you were being faced with. You had no hand to hold. No arms to bury yourself in. No one wiping away the tears you no doubt desperately wanted to cry.

We watched, little one, as Princess Diana was paraded, slowly, in front of millions. But she wasn't a Princess to you. She was 'mummy'. And you suddenly lost the someone who made you smile, laugh, and gave you affection like no other person in your life.

We watched as the world kept turning. But yours stood still.

We watched you struggle as a teenager and young adult with this new reality.

We watched you rebel against the expectations of 'your lot'.

We watched you just want to be normal. Despite being reminded that you're not.

We watched you push the boundaries of what a member of the royal family could do. Where they could serve. Who they could be.

We watched as you tried to find fulfillment.

We watched you establish the Invictus Games, so many charities, and help so many gain purpose back in their lives, when you were still struggling to find your own .

We watched as you, finally, found someone warm, caring, happy....someone who, like your mother, wasn't afraid to show you love and affection in public. She loved you, and she didn't care who knew it or what people thought.

We watched the press pick her apart.

We watched you hate them for it.

We watched you become a husband infront of millions. A much happier man.

We watched you become a father, and saw how proud you were of your wife and son.

We watched you protect with everything you have - your own little family. We know why: we saw what happened to your mother. We saw. The media is a cruel, heartless beast.

We watched as you found your calling. You found who you are. You found more of Harry. And less of the Prince.

We watched you smile again. A beaming smile. Holding your baby. Holding your wife's hand.

We watched you be brave. So brave.
You've given us enough.
You owe us no explanation.

We watched as you got a taste of a more fulfilling, quieter, healthier life.

We watched you shock the world by admitting that, yes, you just wanted to live it.
As Harry. Meghan. And Archie.

We watched you say, Prince or not- I am also a father, a husband, and a man. Let me be one.

And so ...

We will be watching, proudly, as you go off to start your new chapter. You won't lose us.

We will be watching, relieved, as you finally get to live your days as YOU choose to. That little boy, with his head down, in his big suit, walking behind his mother's dead body - that little boy who has had to rebuild his world, do his 'royal' duties, and have his mental health dragged through the mud ever since.

We will be watching - as much as YOU decide we can - intrigued as to what you will get up to. Where you'll be. What. Who.

Go .... be strong.

Go .... be happy.

Go.... Be....You.

We will be watching.

And so will she ♥️ ###x

©Mummy Mumbles 2020

From the author: "I am not at all surprised. ... How many of us suspected — hoping but doubting we were wrong — that wha...
01/10/2020
Opinion | Black Britons Know Why Meghan Markle Wants Out

From the author: "I am not at all surprised. ... How many of us suspected — hoping but doubting we were wrong — that what would really initiate Meghan into her new role as a Briton with African heritage would be her experience of British racism. And ironically, by taking matters into their own hands, Harry and Meghan’s act of leaving — two fingers up at the racism of the British establishment — might be the most meaningful act of royal leadership I’m ever likely to see."

It’s the racism.

Welcome to a wonderful 2020, New People fans! Please share and invite this page with like-minded individuals! Photo by S...
01/09/2020

Welcome to a wonderful 2020, New People fans! Please share and invite this page with like-minded individuals! Photo by Shanique Wright/Upsplash.

On this day 55 years ago, America finally outlawed segregation
10/14/2019
On this day 55 years ago, America finally outlawed segregation

On this day 55 years ago, America finally outlawed segregation

On this day in 1964, then-President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law, preventing discrimination based on race, color, religion, s*x, and national origin. Here's how we got this important legislation.

High School Sweethearts Torn Apart by Racism Reunite and Wed 45 Years Later
10/03/2019
High School Sweethearts Torn Apart by Racism Reunite and Wed 45 Years Later

High School Sweethearts Torn Apart by Racism Reunite and Wed 45 Years Later

Like in all of our favorite fairy tales from childhood, this story involves great love, difficult times, but a happy end. In 1967, the Supreme Court case Loving vs. Virginia made in*******al marriage legal after the in*******al couple sued Virginia for its laws prohibiting marriages like theirs. Tha...

06/21/2019
Red Table Talk

Catchup Friday: ICYMI, Ellen Pompeo of "Grey's Anatomy" went on Red Table Talk to discuss her in*******al marriage.

Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo opens up about her in*******al marriage and the challenges of raising bi-racial children.

Love it when companies choose to beautifully display different skin colors. (BTW, NOT asking you to buy the product.)
05/31/2019
PRE-ORDERS ONGOING!

Love it when companies choose to beautifully display different skin colors. (BTW, NOT asking you to buy the product.)

Tap on SHOP NOW to get your pair!

Not selling anything here, but I'm seeing more and more ads with in*******al couples on line. Are you seeing them?
04/11/2019
25% OFF NEW ARRIVALS!

Not selling anything here, but I'm seeing more and more ads with in*******al couples on line. Are you seeing them?

The Birthstone Collection

"My wife is not black. "Our daughters ... are ."
04/04/2019
VerySmartBrothas.com

"My wife is not black. "Our daughters ... are ."

My wife is not black.

Our daughters, by no choice of their own, are.

Not when we’re at home or with friends and family or surrounded by people who know and love them. But when they’re out in the world, with their bronze skin and curly afros, when they’re seen from afar or described by others, they’re as black as me or any of my ancestors who toiled the southern soil for free, felt the lash of the whip, suffered under Jim Crow or confronts the daily microaggressions of being part of the tribe.

The world has made the decision for them. Outside of them stapling their 23&Me results to their chest, they are black and there’s not much they can do about that.

And, to keep it a buck, I’ve been guilty of doing the same thing myself.

Having grown up in the South. Having grown up with a certain perspective. Having been given a worldview of blackness that was always girded by the idea that one was either “in” or “out” when it came to their affiliation with the fam, I made the decision in my own mind to make my children like me. Honestly, I don’t know if it was because I was being culturally and intellectually lazy or if it was a result of my own desire not to challenge my personal conventions out of fear, but for longer than I should have, I made my children black.

And to say that I made my children black, I honestly forced a sort of exaggerated sense of black culture onto my family. I’ve been known to act as a ham-fisted mix between Dre from Black-ish, James Evans Sr., and Huey Freeman in trying to define, regulate and enforce a black perspective and aesthetic within my own home and onto my family out of a weird sense of duty. Like, if I’m not actively giving it as much black as I’ve got—frying bologna, playing Motown records on Saturday morning and teaching my kids the right way to play Spades (with proper Joker and Deuce order)—we’re somehow going to all wake up tomorrow and get our charter revoked.

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