1162Re: [Generation-Mixed] Re: proposed comic book - "History of the Mulatto"
- Aug 26 12:12 PMGood point - in fact when researching famous mixed people I found that alot had fathers directly from Africa. Though my focus will be predominantly on the American mulatto whose background is pretty much grounded in slavery I will address Free People of Color and immigrant mulattoes as wellInterestingly, a friend of mine in Europe says that the usual mix is an African born or 1st generation mom and a European dad. She says its more rare to see a black man with a white woman.
"Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler" <golanv1@...> wrote:This is great, Jeff. Glad to hear you're doing this.
I would love for *someone* to make the point that not all of us who
are Multi-generationall y mixed are so because of a slave owner in the
family. In my case, my Mother's great-Grandfather (maternal side) was
Irish, her great Grandmother was mostly Native. Neither were slave owners.
In Generation-Mixed@ yahoogroups. com,
j s <creolescience@ ...> wrote:
I am working on an all-ages ( say 6th grade and up ) short graphic
novel depicting the general history of the mulatto in the new world. I
will use the broad definition of mulatto as a person who is mixed
black and white as opposed to the strict bi-racial / 50-50 definition.
In it I plan on including the slave trade, the one-drop rule,
history of the Creoles and tri-racial isolates, the early civil-rights
movement (which was basically created and led by mulattoes), the
Harlem Renaissance as well as the modern developing "mixed-race movement".
If anyone has any areas they feel need to be stressed or ideas
please feel free to write me directly.
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