TMA Newsletter 20

The Multiracial Activist Newsletter 20
October/November 2003


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 2003
Editor, James A. Landrith, Jr.


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 —

The Multiracial Movement: An Uncomfortable Political Fit
by Nathan Douglas (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2003)


Defending Immigration Socialism
by Jacob G. Hornberger (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2003)


Visit to an Inmate at Great Meadow Maximum Security Correctional Facility
by Donna Lamb (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2003)


AfroPunk: The "Rock n Roll Nigger" Experience
by Daniel McNeil (The Multiracial Activist) (October/November 2003)


— The Abolitionist Examiner —

Racism: Today's Euphemism for 'Unequal' Self-Worth
by Adam Abraham (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2003)


Critical Mass of Minorities on Campus: The case of Julian Abele
by Chett (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2003)


Are calculus professors racist?: The consequences of Affirmative Action
by Chett (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2003)


Racial Classification Is Not a Civil Rights Measure
by Susanne M.J. Heine (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2003)


The Enemy of My Enemy
by James A. Landrith, Jr. (The Abolitionist Examiner) (October/November 2003)


— Advocacy Activity —

Joint Letter to United States Senate on Surveillance of the Homeless
(Multiple Organizations) (September 9, 2003)


Yours in Struggle,

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

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