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This group covers issues generally

affecting people who are of a "First"

Generational Multiracially (FGM)

Mixed (FGM-Mixed) heritage.

At FGM-Mixed we talk about our

various experiences as ‘Mixed’

people (i.e. 'multi'-racials)

and those issues and encounters

noted among the many types of

‘Mixed’ people located both

in the USA and worldwide.

We are not adherents of the

racist concept known as the

“one-drop rule” and, thus,

we do not focus on the fractions,

percentages or other amounts of

ancestral blood-lineage found

in any particular group.

Everyone is welcomed here!!!

This welcome extends to those people who are

of any type of 'Multi'-racial admixture.

This includes, of course, any individuals who are

'First-Generational Multiracials' FGMs / ex. bi-racial,

mulatto, hapa, etc.) - via their ‘Mixed-Parentage’.

And it also includes people who are 'Multi-Generational Multiracials'(MGMs

/ ex. cascos, griffe, creole, metis, etc.) – via their ’Mixed-Ancestry’.

This welcome is extended as well to those who are of 'mono'-racial

lineage -- yet are also sincerely interested in issues affecting

the many types of mixed-raced communities and people as well.

In this group, you can feel free to share

your thoughts and opinions with other members.

(Photo shown here is of a few celebrities of FGM Mixed lineage -- and

those presented include include 'Lenny Kravitz'; 'Sophie Okonedo';

'Mark Paul Gosselaar'; 'Samantha Mumba'; 'Kristin Kreuk', etc.)

[-- AP Gifts, FGM-Mixed, Owner-Moderator/

soaptalk@hotmail.com / allpeoplegifts@gmail.com/

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