TMA Newsletter 11

The Multiracial Activist Newsletter 11
April/May 2002

 


The Multiracial Activist Newsletter is an informational digest of news, events, new websites and other information of interest to individuals who perceive themselves to be biracial/multiracial, interracial couples/families and the transracial adoptee community. Published irregularly, with special alerts as news items warrant. The Multiracial Activist Newsletter is registered with the Library of Congress, Washington, DC – ISSN: 1522-6905. Past newsletters and alerts are archived at http://www.multiracial.com/newsletter.html.

April/May 2002
Editor, James A. Landrith, Jr.
http://www.multiracial.com/
email: editor@multiracial.com

 


The current issues of The Multiracial Activist and The Abolitionist Examiner are online. Links to the current commentary, articles and fiction are below:

— The Multiracial Activist —

Remnant Indians of the Southeast
by Karlton Douglas (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/kdouglas.html (April/May 2002)

 

Racial Realities, American Indians and Melungeons
by Karlton Douglas (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/kdouglas2.html (April/May 2002)

 

Thank Goodness for the Bill of Rights!
by Jacob G. Hornberger (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/hornberger10.html (April/May 2002)

 

Did the Founders of the Constitution Forget the Bill of Rights?
by Jacob G. Hornberger (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/hornberger11.html (April/May 2002)

 

What Will 9-11 Mean?
by J. Bradley Jansen (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/jansen.html (April/May 2002)

 

Institutional Racism: This Nation Was Built On It! – Part Two
by Donna Lamb (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/lamb15.html (April/May 2002)

 

Book Excerpt: Sound the Ram's Horn
by S. Joan Popek (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/popek.html (April/May 2002)

 

Preaching to the Converted
by TheosoD'Rejean Turner (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/turner.html (April/May 2002)

 

e-Book: Up From Slavery, An Autobiography
by Booker T. Washington (The Multiracial Activist)
http://www.multiracial.com/readers/washington.html (April/May 2002)

 

— The Abolitionist Examiner —

9-11 and the Race Industry
by Ward Connerly (The Abolitionist Examiner)
http://www.multiracial.com/abolitionist/word/connerly2.html (April/May 2002)

 

Identity Politics Dismisses Shared Humanity
by Wendy McElroy (The Abolitionist Examiner)
http://www.multiracial.com/abolitionist/word/mcelroy2.html (April/May 2002)

 

Profiled Becomes Profiler
by Diane Schachterle (The Abolitionist Examiner)
http://www.multiracial.com/abolitionist/word/schachterle.html (April/May 2002)

 

Court "Remedies" Union Discrimination with More Racial Tracking
by Diane Schachterle (The Abolitionist Examiner)
http://www.multiracial.com/abolitionist/word/schachterle2.html (April/May 2002)

 

— New Websites —

EurasianNation: The premier online community for people of mixed European and Asian descent. Whether you call yourself Eurasian, hapa, Amerasian or biracial, this is the place for you. Not only will you find compelling articles, celebrity features and interactive discussion boards, you can even sign up for a free EurasianNation email account.

http://www.eurasiannation.com/

Melungeons.com: Dedicated to bringing you information about the Melungeon Movement. The movement began in 1997 at the First Union in Wise, Virginia when about one thousand people showed up at the College of Wise campus to reclaim their lost heritage.

http://www.Melungeons.com

Yours in Struggle,

James A. Landrith, Jr.
Editor & Publisher,
The Multiracial Activist
and Abolitionist Examiner
http://www.multiracial.com/
http://www.multiracial.com/abolitionist/

One comment

  1. Finally, I have made my way back to these pages, although not with time to say much of what I’d like to, especially in any depth or detail. — In the foreseeable future, I plan to post something, after I have time to organize more of my thoughts. — I saw a short feature on one of the t.v. channels about the resignation of Kwesi Mfume from his NAACP position. Frankly, I have no strong reactions, although I am not too surprised. — In our day and time, we use too many old, obsolete terms that mis-describe too many people. — I think a political tradition separates American aboriginals from the word “colored”, for example, since whatever is not “white” obviously [is] “colored”. — At any rate, we “mixies” are fortunate to have some continuation into the contemporary North American [communities], and more communication forums.

    12/5/2004 1:12:07 AM

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