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Welcome to The Mix'd Movement Podcast. We are biracial siblings here to make a positive impact on the world. We discuss all topics about being of mixed ethnicities. From how to navigate unique situations revolving around our genetic makeup, what it's like raising biracial children, to how empowering it can be to be to a life of dual cultures, and everything in between.
 
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We’re back with another siblings episode! In this one, we’re going to go into what racial preferences each of us have in regards to dating, if any, and what really attracts us to a person. We’ll talk about our conditioning growing up biracial, what traits are essential in a partner, and some advice for anyone dating someone who is biracial. No spoi…
 
Welcome to my conversation with Jordin, founder of the Mixed Race Revolution,a new movement dedicated to mixed race/biracial/multiracial pride, beauty, issues, understanding, and compassion. Jordin is Louisiana Creole, which is a mix of African, European, and Native American. Some people in the mixed race space will use the terms MGM (multi-generat…
 
It’s spooky season here at The Mix’d Movement so today, we’re each telling our own story about our deepest, darkest fears. This episode is a little different. Rachael, Nate, and Chris all recorded their stories separately, and we don’t know what the others said! We’ll share some insight into the fears that we have dealt with as we navigated life, h…
 
It’s interesting how people in different regions, states, and countries interact with us as lighter-skinned black women. Chris feels perfectly at home in New Orleans, so much so that tourists will take pictures of her assuming she was a local. However, when she visited Nigeria, she was so much lighter than everyone else that she stuck out. Being th…
 
Listen in while I visit with Amelia, another member of the Unapologetically Biracial group. Amelia was adopted at the age of 3 and grew up in a small town in Minnesota. Growing up, she didn’t know many other people of color. Once she found a black community at college, she found she had to walk the line between being not black enough and not white …
 
Today’s guest is a good friend of Rachael’s, Jamie Kincaid. Jamie is a brand photographer and Mexican American who has had to deal with her own challenges with fitting in in school, at work, and even within her own family. We’ll explore Jamie’s experiences with not speaking Spanish, growing up in primarily white neighborhoods and schools, having to…
 
Join Rachael and Chris as we talk about the daily thoughts and hurdles that we have to deal with on a daily basis just to exist as biracial women. In this episode we’ll touch on: Anxiety that pops up before going anywhere Your own self talk Not letting one person’s ignorance mess up your day Feelings of belonging (or not) The internal work that it …
 
Today, Rachael will spill all the tea. What it was like growing up looking different from the rest of her family, always having to explain how she’s related, and the way she never felt excluded when she was with her family. Who else can say that they have 2 moms, 3 dads, and 9 siblings? Get ready for a ride filled with love, tears, disappointment, …
 
Today, Chris will have a chat with her friend Vanessa about raising a biracial son. When Vanessa told her parents she was pregnant at 18, her parents were surprisingly accepting of the situation. She was married to the father for several years and stayed friends for about 10 years after they divorced. Even though they’re not on great terms now, Van…
 
Today’s guest is Sofia Samara, photographer and videographer native to Los Angeles. Sofia’s father is Palestinian and her mother is Italian. Sofia was one of very few Arab kids in her school and as a young child, she had to deal with the racist fallout after the 9/11 attacks. Sofia has a bright outlook and she loves the food aspect of being mixed r…
 
Today’s guest is Malynda Hale, a mom raising a biracial daughter with her white husband. Malynda grew up in a predominantly white city, but her parents were very big on activities and culture and made sure that Malynda and her sister were exposed to plenty of people like them. Malynda’s goals with raising her daughter include: Making sure she exper…
 
Listen in while Rachael visits with Sabrina Johnson, small business owner and founder of the “Unapologetically Biracial” group on Facebook. Sabrina is originally from Buffalo NY and has lived in a small town in upstate New York since she was young. There are very few people of color there, and even fewer biracial people for her to relate to. Sabrin…
 
As people of mixed race, we’ve all had to deal with being asked, either overtly or not, to choose a “side.” At school we had to pick a place to sit at lunch, or act a certain way (or not), and even as adults had to explain to other adults where we stand on the BLM movement. We each had different responses to these situations at different points in …
 
All 3 of us share the same dad, but we didn’t all grow up together. Chris and Nate grew up together with their parents and Rachael grew up with her mom and her stepdad, with no relationship with her biological dad. In this episode we’ll visit about childhood and what it meant to be mixed race with a white mom where we grew up. We’ll reminisce about…
 
The Mix’d Movement came about as siblings talking together about the experience of growing up as people of mixed race and what we wish everyone knew about us. We’re here to build a community where people of mixed race don’t have to feel alone, and to give others insight and information about how to live in a multicultural society. We want to share …
 
Welcome to the Mix'd Movement Podcast. We are biracial siblings here to make a positive impact on the world. We discuss all topics about being of mixed ethnicities. From how to navigate unique situations revolving around our genetic makeup, what it's like raising biracial children, to how empowering it can be to be to a life of dual cultures, and e…
 
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