10 Situations You'll Only Understand if You're Mixed
1. Having a mild panic attack every time you have to fill out the part of a form that asks for your race/ethnicity. Bonus panic if it specifies “Select one.”
The Mixed Identity - Elliot
The major struggle of being mixed-race has been coming to terms with my identity - a feeling of being a constant state of in-between - all whilst having to prove my blackness and still experiencing racism. I have slowly learnt though that being mixed-race is a culture in itself that I love and embrace.
The Search for "Enough" as a Mixed Millennial
Being mixed, you find yourself genuinely wondering, who am I? Where do I fit in? Where am I “enough” to be accepted?
The Mixed Identity - Stephanie
My name is Stephanie. I'm of mixed race, to put it simply...I'm a black person and I'm a white person at the same time. How you ask? It's actually quite simple. It depends on who I'm around. I like to say I'm mildly melanated.