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Re: Racially Mixed Bill of Rights

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  • docilechicken24
    Every single thing on that bill of rights, is relevent in my life. I ve been confronted with all of that. In Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com, mulatta_loca
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 1 1:20 PM
      Every single thing on that bill of rights, is relevent in my life.
      I've been confronted with all of that.

      In Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com,
      "mulatta_loca" <rosanna_armendariz@...> wrote:

      Sounds good. I totally relate to it. Especially the parts
      about not being responsible for people's discomfort with my
      physical ambiguity, and not justifying my ethnic legitimacy.
      I'm tired of explaining to people what I am, and also
      justifying why I'm at an all black event (I'm black/
      white/latina, but look more latina than anything else).
      It can be exhausting.


      In Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com, wintyreeve@ wrote:


      Hey Friends :)

      I found this on My Space..what do you think?
      BB~ Lynn

      _______________________________________________


      Bill of Right's for Racially Mixed People
      by psychologist Maria P. P. Root

      I have the Right
      ~not to justify my existence to the world
      ~not to keep the races separate within me
      ~not to be responsible for people's
      discomfort with my physical ambiguity
      ~not to justify my ethnic legitimacy

      I have the Right
      ~to identify myself differently than
      strangers expect me to identify
      ~to identify myself differently than how my parents identify me
      ~to identify myself differently than my sisters and brothers
      ~to identify myself differently in different situations

      I have the Right
      ~to create a vocabulary to communicate about being multiracial
      ~to change my identity over my lifetime -- and more than once
      ~to have my loyalties and identify with more than one group of people
      ~to freely choose whom I befriend and love
    • multiracialbookclub
      Hi Mulatta_Loca, Welcome to `Generation-Mixed . We are very happy to have you here; to see that you have become a part of our community / family. The people
      Message 2 of 4 , Mar 1 2:11 PM

        Hi Mulatta_Loca,

        Welcome to `Generation-Mixed'.

        We are very happy to have you here; 
        to see that you have become a part
        of our community / family.

        The people here are just great
        and we would love to hear more
        both from and about you and to
        receiving more of your posts.

        Here are links to other posts you
        may be able to relate to as well.

        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Generation-Mixed/message/1487  
        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Generation-Mixed/message/1486  
        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Generation-Mixed/message/1485  
        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Generation-Mixed/message/1490


        Welcome again and have a great day!!

        -- M


        In Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com,
        "mulatta_loca" <rosanna_armendariz@...> wrote:


        Sounds good. I totally relate to it. Especially the parts
        about not being responsible for people's discomfort with my
        physical ambiguity, and not justifying my ethnic legitimacy.
        I'm tired of explaining to people what I am, and also
        justifying why I'm at an all black event (I'm black/
        white/latina, but look more latina than anything else).
        It can be exhausting.



        In Generation-Mixed@yahoo
        groups.com
        , wintyreeve@... wrote:



        Hey Friends :)

        I found this on My Space..what do you think?
        BB~ Lynn

        _______________________________________________


        Bill of Right's for Racially Mixed People
        ----- by psychologist Maria P. P. Root


        I have the Right

        ~not to justify my existence to the world
        ~not to keep the races separate within me
        ~not to be responsible for people's
          discomfort with my physical ambiguity
        ~not to justify my ethnic legitimacy

        I have the Right

        ~to identify myself differently thanstrangers expect me to identify
        ~to identify myself differently than how my parents identify me
        ~to identify myself differently than my sisters and brothers
        ~to identify myself differently in different situations


        I have the Right

        ~to create a vocabulary to communicate about being multiracial
        ~to change my identity over my lifetime -- and more than once
        ~to have my loyalties and identify
          with more than one group of people
        ~to freely choose whom I befriend and love

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