Tag Archives: Mixed-race


“What’s going on?” my mom said. “Oh, Nombuyiselo,” she said. “Trevor is so naughty. He’s the naughtiest child I’ve ever come across in my life.” “Then you should hit him.” “I can’t hit him.” “Why not?” “Because I don’t know … Continue reading

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“I said I was Jewish in the winter and Indian in the summer.” A child’s view of identity, from Mira Jacob’s photo-essay “37 Difficult Questions From My Mixed-Race Son”.

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“Doyle Family, 2010”, from “Mixed Blood”, portraits of mixed-race families by the photographer known simply as Cyjo. [HT @Lucas_Jackson]

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