A project of Brooklyn Historical Society

Project News

Photos from Loving Day 2013 in New York City
TED talk by Andrew Solomon
Crowd-sourced collection of interracial family photographs
Three books that celebrate mixed and international heritage
Brooklyn Historical Society's Photo of the Week
Svetlana Kitto reports back on race, writing, and literature workshop
Genealogy workshop with Wilhelmena Kelly
May 25
“Baby brother or sister, will you look like me?”
Rita Kamani-Renedo reports back from Chicago
She is the second African American woman to swim for the US Olympic team and she comes from a mixed-heritage family
A great 4 minute video documenting a great day! You can spot CBBG at 2:43
Princeton professor and CBBG advisor Imani Perry reviews the book Help Me to Find My People
Dec 8
Join a discussion about what it means to be Hapa. Once a derogatory label derived from the Hawaiian word for “half,” Hapa has since been embraced as a term of pride by many whose mixed racial heritage includes Asian or Pacific Island descent.
Sep 26
Participate in this discussion about mixed heritage co-sponsored by Loving Day, a global network fighting racial prejudice through education and building multicultural community.