TMA Newsletter 08

The Multiracial Activist Newsletter 08
October/November 2001


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

October/November 2001
Editor, James A. Landrith, Jr.


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

— The Multiracial Activist —

The Metis Heritage of the Sizemore Family
by Jason Adams (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2001)


100% Mixed
by Patrice Farmer (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2001)


Literary Forced Choice
by Mary Harper-Bellis (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2001)


Book Excerpt: White Slaves
by Lawrence R. Tenzer (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2001)


Book Excerpt: The Illicit Slave Trade
by Lawrence R. Tenzer (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2001)


— The Abolitionist Examiner —

Race and the Media
by Ronald Bronson, Jr. (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2001)


Islam vs. Radical Islam
by David Forte (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2001)


Race, Smiles and The Wonderful World of Disney
by K. Francis (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2001)


Statement on the Racial Privacy Initiative
by James A. Landrith, Jr. (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2001)


— TMA Advocacy Activity —

Press Release: The Multiracial Activist Joins "In Defense of Freedom" Coalition
(The Multiracial Activist) (September 21, 2001)


Joint Letter to Senators Leahy and Hatch Regarding The Drug War
(Coalition for Constitutional Liberties) (September 10, 2001)


Yours in Struggle,

James A. Landrith, Jr.
Editor & Publisher,
The Multiracial Activist

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