The Multiracial Activist in the Media

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The Multiracial Activist in Books

The Fundamentals of Extremism: The Christian Right in America (pdf)
Edited by Kimberly Blake

Beyond Race: The Bhagavad-gita in Black and White
by Charles Michael Byrd

Politics of Multiracialism: Challenging Racial Thinking
Edited by Heather M. Dalmage

More Than Black? Multiracial Identity and the New Racial Order
by G. Reginald Daniel

Race and Multiraciality in Brazil and the United States: converging paths?
by G. Reginald Daniel

Navigating Interracial Borders: Black-White Couples and Their Social Worlds
by Erica Chito Childs

White Out: The Continuing Significance of Racism
Edited by Ashley W. Doane, Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

Noah’s Curse: The Biblical Justification of American Slavery
by Stephen R. Haynes

The Colors of Love: The Black Person’s Guide to Interracial Relationships
by Kimberly Hohman

Report 2001: A Man’s Guide to Women
by Larry Keller (editor)

Fade: My Journeys in Multiracial America
by Elliott Lewis  

Getting Beyond Race: The Changing American Culture
by Richard J. Payne

“Passing” For Who You Really Are (trade paperback)
by A.D. Powell

Sociology: Making Sense of the Social World, Second Edition
by BarBara Marliene Scott

Queering the Color Line: Race and the Invention of Homosexuality in American Culture
by Siobhan Somerville

Massive Resistance: Southern Opposition to the Second Reconstruction
by Clive Webb

Mainstream Media, Internet & Alternative Press

Are we all going to be latte?
by Andrew Chung (The Toronto Star) (July 9, 2006)

Leaving Biracial Children at a Loss
by Jim Farrell (Hartford Courant) (March 20, 2006)

Multiracial shift gives rise to more inclusive labels
by MacKenzie Carpenter (Arizona Daily Star)
(March 19, 2006)

Racial identities spawn new tags
by MacKenzie Carpenter (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
(March 8, 2006)

On ‘Biblical Norms’ and George W. Bush
by J. Douglas Allen-Taylor (The Berkeley Daily Planet) (November 19, 2004)

‘The Mulitracial Child’ book finally gets it right
by TaRessa Stovall (Courier-Post)
(September 26, 2004)

Cotas na Universidade: achatamento e luta de classes
by Luis Dufaur (ASSOCIAÇÃO DOS FUNDADORES DA TFP) (August 31, 2004)

Sex, Segregation, and the Sacred after Brown
by Jane Dailey (The Journal of American History) (Vol. 91, No. 1, June 2004)

Absolute Blank: Begin the Blogging
by Stephanie Lenz (Toasted Cheese) (May 15, 2004)

TOPIC: Multiracial Children
(Early Childhood Education E-Newsletter) (Vol. 3 No. 8, March 2004)

Being Between; Can Multiracial Americans Form a Cohesive Anti-racist Movement Beyond Identity Politics and Tiger Woods Chic?
by Sasha S. Welland (ColorLines) (Summer 2003)

Should Our Race Be Private?
by J. Bradley Jansen (Accuracy In Media) (May 20, 2002)

Should Our Race Be Private?
by J. Bradley Jansen (Enter Stage Right) (May 20, 2002)

Should Our Race Be Private?
by J. Bradley Jansen (\Commentary\archive\200205\COM20020515d.html (May 15, 2002)

Lott’s of Trouble: What you need to know about Senator Trent Lott’s comments, his critics and his future.
by Kimberly Hohman ( (December 16, 2002)

Should Our Race Be Private?
by J. Bradley Jansen (Free Congress Foundation) (May 15, 2002)

Hiding Race
by Daniel HoSang (ColorLines) (Winter 2001-2002)

Liberty Demands Open Borders for the Land of the Free
by Steve Trinward (Sierra Times) (September 9, 2001)

Privacy Advocates Protest Drug War
by Wes Vernon ( (September 8, 2001)

The Race Question
by Sara V. Buckwitz (Utne Reader) (September 5, 2001)

Growing Up Biracial
(Teen People),8178,,00.html,8181,172110,00.html (September 2, 2001)

Unease follows couples who cross the color line
by Jefferson Strait (The Springfield News-Leader) (July 29, 2001)

Facing race: Multiracial young people describe how it feels to be mixed race in an all-or-nothing culture
by Ross Atkin (Christian Science Monitor) (July 25, 2001)

A Brief History of Interracial Marriage
by Lane Hartill (Christian Science Monitor) (July 25, 2001)

Semana Negra… ¿Mezcla Posible de Cultura Y Fiesta?
by María Araceli Fernández Gorgonio (Tangente Digital) (July 2001)

Broad Coalition Urges U.S. to Guard Financial Privacy
( (May 19, 2001)

 The Multiracial Activist
(Gator Link) (May 2001)

Does the concept of race have any value in a positive future?
by Timothy Wilken (Future Positive) (April 5, 2001)

Census expands race choices
by Eleska Aubespin (Florida Today)
(April 1, 2001)

Census data will touch many – what will the numbers show?
by Jason Sandford (The Asheville Citizen-Times) (March 18, 2001)

One Race Just Isn’t Enough
by Althea Chang (PopPresents) (March 13, 2001)

 Back in the Box: The Dilemma of Using Multiple-Race Data for Single-Race Laws
by Joshua R. Goldstein and Ann J. Morning (Office of Population Research, Princeton University) (March 9, 2001)

Number-crunchers ready to pounce on new Census data
by Carl Weiser (Battle Creek Enquirer)
(February 26, 2001)

Census broadens race category: March data expected to reveal clearer racial picture
by Natalie Singer (The Desert Sun) (February 23, 2001)

It has begun!
by Rikki Fields (The Daily Targum) (February 8, 2001)

Looney Tunes Whacko Blenders Push Genocide
by H. Millard (New Nation News) (February 2001)

NAACP conference coming to Champaign
by Lisa Schencker (The Daily Illini) (January 18, 2001)

Black, White and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self
by Amanda Luker (Utne Reader) (January 2, 2001)

Mulatto – A Light-Skinned Biracial Woman Speaks from Experience
by Natalie Mitchell (Volume) (October 16, 2000)

Alabama Voter May Bury Interracial Marriage Ban
by Judy Sheppard (American Slavery: A Composite Autobiography) (September 26, 2000)

Alabama Voter May Bury Interracial Marriage Ban
by Judy Sheppard ( (September 26, 2000)

Alabama Voter May Bury Interracial Marriage Ban
by Judy Sheppard (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) (September 26, 2000)

 Click Here To Save The World
by Wendy Marinaccio (Steamtunnels) (September 15, 2000)

No Place Like Home
by Thomas Hart (Generator 21) (September 9, 2000)

Smashing relationship stereotypes
by Bill Kelvin (Osprey Online) (Fall 2000)

The Melting Pot and Interracial Relationships: Do They Mix?
by Sarah Pores (On The Other Hand) (Fall 2000)

Press Release: Gore2000 Asks ‘Does 100 Count Bob Jones?’
(Gore 2000) (August 31, 2000)

Gore2000 Asks ‘Does 100 Count Bob Jones?’
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) (August 31, 2000)

Gore2000 Asks ‘Does 100 Count Bob Jones?’
(US Newswire) (August 31, 2000)

Former Miss America Gets Ugly: Frowns on Interracial Dating
by Kim Hohman ( Race Relations) (August 3, 2000)

Online Chat with The Multiracial Activist
(IRC Politics) (July 7, 2000)

Crossing the Line: A Personal Story
by James Landrith and Cheryl Gamble-Landrith ( (June 19, 2000)

A True Melting Pot
by Teresa Allegretta ( (June 2000)

Not Black or White: Multiracial Identities Gaining Favor
by Amy Collins ( (May 9, 2000)

Not Black or White: Multiracial Identities Gaining Favor
by Amy Collins (ABC News ) (May 4, 2000)

Jefferson’s Blood
Frontline (PBS) (May 2, 2000)

Web sitings
(The Cincinnati Enquirer)
(April 14, 2000)

Census 2000 finally makes multiracial identities count
by Lisa Gutierrez (The News-Press)
(April 6, 2000)

Check All That Apply: Census 2000 lets people make their mark when on race
by Lisa Gutierrez (The Kansas City Star),fyi/37745bc2.401,.html (April 2, 2000)

 Ward Connerly Inducted Into The Racial Harmony Hall of Fame
(The Egalitarian) (April 2000)

Census 2000
(C-SPAN) (April 2000)

Interracial Dating
by Jenny Meyer (Culture and Denial: Women in Dialogue) (March 31, 2000)

 Racial Identity on the US Census Forms
(C-SPAN) (March 31, 2000)

Racial Identity on the US Census Forms
(C-SPAN) (March 31, 2000)

Press Release: Connerly To Join Multiracial Leaders In Washington To Discuss U.S. Census Meeting In Nation’s Capital To Take Critical View of Racial Classifications
(American Civil Rights Institute) (March 29, 2000)

Census 2000: Special Topics on the Web
(Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) (March 2000)

Miscellaneous Sites To Visit
(St Louis Post Dispatch) (March 19, 2000)

Website explores Bob Jones University policies
by Knight Ridder News Service (Reno Gazette-Journal)
(March 13, 2000)

Religion Web Site of the Week: The Multiracial Activist
by Tim Funk (Fort Worth Star Telegram) (March 13, 2000)

Kein Platz für Rassenschänder: Eine „christliche Universität” im amerikanischen Wahlkampf
by Armin Himmelrath (Süddeutsche Zeitung) (March 7, 2000)

Bob Jones Bends
by Kimberly Hohman ( (March 6, 2000)

Religion Website
(The Tribune – Seymour, Indiana)
(March 4, 2000)

(Lincoln Journal Star) (March 4, 2000)

Religion Website of the Week:
(Kentucky Herald-Leader) (March 4, 2000)

Web Site of the Week
by Knight Ridder News Service (Pensacola News-Journal)
(March 3, 2000)

University’s policies discussed on web
by Tim Funk (The Anniston Star)
(March 3, 2000)

Website offer background on controversial university
by Tim Funk (The Times – Shreveport, Louisiana)
(March 3, 2000)

Religion Web site of the Week
by Tim Funk (The Charlotte Observer) (March 1, 2000)

Love and Family in Black and White
by Natalie Davis (Jubilee Magazine)
(March 2000)

Confidently crusading BJU is latest SC symbol in crossfire
by Christine Schweickert (The State) (February 27, 2000)

The Internet Anti-Fascist, Vol. 4, Number 2 (#374)
by Paul Kneisel (The Internet Anti-Fascist) (January 7, 2000)

Banking Law Resource Guide
(San Diego Area Law Libraries) (January 2000)

Questionnaire Dread (halfway down page)
by Declan McCullagh (Wired News),1530,32518,00.html (November 13, 1999)

Devoutly dividing us
by Phillip W.D. Martin (The Boston Globe) (November 7, 1999)

Book Review: The Tragic Mulatto: Who’s black? Who’s not?
by Thomas Jackson (American Renaissance) (November 1999)

The Internet Anti-Fascist, Vol. 3, Number 82 (#340)
by Paul Kneisel (The Internet Anti-Fascist) (October 8, 1999)

“The Boondocks”: Racial Put-Downs or Welcome New Attitudes?
(Digital City – Washington, DC – Dialogues Online) (October 4, 1999)

“The Boondocks”: Racial Put-Downs or Welcome New Attitudes?
(Digital City – Los Angeles – Dialogues Online) (October 4, 1999)

“The Boondocks”: Racial Put-Downs or Welcome New Attitudes?
(Digital City – Detroit – Dialogues Online) (October 4, 1999)

other colors: being multiracial in America
(Bay Windows – KQED-TV) (September 15, 1999)

Addition of ‘Mixed Race’ to Standard Racial Categories
(Black Congressional Monitor) (July 30, 1999)

Letter: Hale Will Not Have Last Word
by James A. Landrith, Jr. (Peoria Journal Star) (July 10, 1999)

Beyond Family Circus
by William Powers (National Journal) (July 10, 1999)

Race Matters?
by Cecily C. Walker ( (May 25, 1999)

 Interview: James Landrith of The Multiracial Activist and wife Cheryl Gamble-Landrith on Morning Edition
by Philip Martin (National Public Radio) (April 15, 1999)

Erasing a remnant of Jim Crow South from law books
by Suzi Parker (Christian Science Monitor) (March 23, 1999)

Die Mischung macht’s
by Andrea Bohm(Die Ziet) (Nr. 08 vom 18. 2. 1999)

Zwischen die Fronten geraten
by Andrea Bohm(Die Ziet) (Nr. 08 vom 18. 2. 1999)

Don’t You Dare List Us As Others: Multi-Racial Americans’ Quest For Identity
by Wendy Ruky (Columbia University School of Journalism) (June 1998)

Will rejection of labels create new American identity?
by Stephen Magagnini (The Charlotte News & Observer) (November 23, 1997)

Educational Resources

John Heartfield: Online Resource
(Towson University) (Spring 2000)

English 803: ILE Writing III
(California State University, Hayward) (Spring 2000)

Intercultural Relationships
(Communicating Across Cultures) (April 24, 2000 – Week 14)

Multiracial/Multiethnic People: Selected Resources for Racially and Ethnically Mixed People: Information Needs, Services, and the 2000 Census
by Clara M. Chu (American Library Association Conference) (June 27, 1999)

The “Blending” of America
(Coursewise Publishing) (December 4, 1998)

Sociology Central: Race and Ethnicity
(Harcourt Brace)

Internet Links
(University of Bradford – Department of Social and Economic Studies)

CD 200: Cultural Diversity in Modern America
(Lincoln University)

History 270: Ethnic History of the United States
(Marymount College)

Race and Race Relations on the Internet
(University of Miami’s Richter Library)

Social Work HBSE Internet Links
(University of New Hampshire – Department of Social Work)

Black Studies Library Website
(Ohio State University)

Diversity: Hispanic/Latino American
(Ohio State University: Fisher College of Business)

Tutorial on Ethnicity
(Palomar College)

Multi-Ethnic/ -Cultural Affairs Project
(Purdue University)

Diversity at Santa Clara University
(Santa Clara University)

Home Page of Dr. Kendra R. Wallace
(University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Policy and Advocacy Groups

The Internet Anti-Fascist, Vol. 3, Number 77 (#335)
by Paul Kneisel (The Internet Anti-Fascist) (September 24, 1999)

Issue of the Week: Census 2000: The Politics Behind the Numbers
( (July 12, 1999)

Book Review: The Quest for Cultural Identity
by Bill Hinchberger (IntellectualCapital) (June 10, 1999)

March Archives
(Americans Against Discrimination and Preferences) (March 17, 1999)

Issue of the Week: Affirmative Action in Focus
( (February 22, 1999)

The Internet Anti-Fascist, Vol. 3, Number 9 (#216)
by Paul Kneisel (The Internet Anti-Fascist) (January 30, 1999)

La Lettre de SIDI MIGUEL
(La Constellation d’ANTARA) (October-November 1998)

The Internet Anti-Fascist, Vol. 2, Number 46 (#154)
by Paul Kneisel (The Internet Anti-Fascist) (August 18, 1998)

Analysis: Civil Rights: Affirmative Action

Analysis: Civil Rights: Multiracial Box

Analysis: Constitutional Issues: The Census

Analysis: Regulatory Policy: Banking

Analysis: Society and Values: Adoption and Foster Care Reform

Analysis: Welfare and Housing: Adoption and Foster Care Reform

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