As someone who has dated and married interracially, I’m looking forward to seeing this movie. As the founder of The Multiracial Activist, I am really looking forward to this film to see one of the people I most admire portrayed on screen. People do need to be reminded that it was truly not that long […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Sadly, there are still people who have a problem with marriages like Mildred and Richard’s and my own. While the legal battle has been won permanently via the ACLU and the Supreme Court, prejudice and anti-miscegenationist beliefs are a continuing concern — especially with the resurgence of racism and hate being openly celebrated by so […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
February 19, 2016 Mayor Bobby Kilgore City of Monroe 300 West Cronwell Street Monroe, N.C. 28112 Mayor Kilgore, Given that it is Black History Month, does the city ever plan on making things right with James Hanover Thompson and David Simpson over their horrendous treatment by the city and the violent, racist police department […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Multiracial Activist Statement on Life and Death of Julian Bond I had a lot of respect for this man, even while disagreeing vehemently with the NAACP’s utterly repugnant, indefensible and outright hostile views on the right of multiracial individuals to self-identify as they see fit. I did get the honor of serving with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Statement of James Landrith on Melissa Harris-Perry's Mockery of Kieran RomneyEditor and PublisherThe Multiracial Activisthttp://www.multiracial.com I am neither conservative, nor liberal, neither Republican, nor Democrat. I am my own man. I answer to no party. As a writer and publisher, I've taken on Republicans and Democrats equally when they've gone too far. I am not […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Jeanne Sager, writing for cafemom on Cops Go Overboard in 'Protecting' Black Girl From Her White Grandfather : Picture this: you're walking down the street, and you spot a middle-aged white man strolling down the sidewalk. Beside him is a black girl, about 5 years old, bouncing and chattering on as 5-year-olds do. Now for the pop quiz […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Multiracial ActivistJanuary 20, 2009From the Editor: Given that today we are inaugurating the first multiracial President in the history of the United States, I found it fitting to probe the minds of some of the authors, community, organization and activist leaders within the multiracial community. I wanted to know their general reaction to the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I am happy to announce that the DNS error that has kept The Multiracial Activist (http://www.multiracial.com/) offline for nearly a week has been resolved. It will take several more hours for the new settings to snake their way across the internet. However, my site activity reports confirm that some traffic is now getting through to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Please remember this important day and the positive impact it has had on American society and our own personal lives as well. Attached below is this year’s message from Ken Tanabe, founder of Loving Day. Forward from Ken: Forty one years ago today, Richard and Mildred Loving walked out of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Multiracial Activist (http://www.multiracial.com) is back online! I apologize for the delay, but we had a DNS editing problem. Thank you for your patience!Continue Reading... No Comments.