TMA Newsletter 24

The Multiracial Activist Newsletter 24
July/August 2004


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

July/August 2004
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 —

White, Black, or Other: A Reactionary Examination of Choosing an Identity
by Scottie Lowe (The Multiracial Activist) (July/August 2004)


The Future of the White Race
by Emily Monroy (The Multiracial Activist) (July/August 2004)


Review: The Passion of the Christ
by Emily Monroy (The Multiracial Activist) (July/August 2004)


White Slavery, Maternal Descent, And The Politics Of Slavery In The Antebellum United States
by Lawrence R. Tenzer , Ed.D. and A.D. Powell (The Multiracial Activist) (July/August 2004)


— The Abolitionist Examiner —

Mr. Reagan: Reflections and Well Wishes
by Adam Abraham (The Abolitionist Examiner) (July/August 2004)


The Decline of Affirmative Action
by Wendy McElroy (The Abolitionist Examiner) (July/August 2004)


— Advocacy Activity —

Joint Letter (signed by TMA) to United States Senate Regarding U.S. Use of Torture
(Multiple Organizations) (June 15, 2004)


Joint Letter (signed by TMA) to Chairmen Goss and Sensenbrenner Regarding H.R. 3179, the “Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Tools Improvement Act of 2003"
(Multiple Organizations) (June 15, 2004)


Joint Letter (signed by TMA) to Department of Homeland Security Regarding US-VISIT Program
(Multiple Organizations) (April 22, 2004)


Yours in Struggle,

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

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