- Hello, everyone! My name is Trisha: I'm new here, but you can call me
Trish. I'm 17, and I aspire to be a journalist. I found this site when
I googled 'multiracial', overtaken by curiosity of my ethnic make-up.
To be honest, I've been curious for the longest and a little confused.
If my great grandfather was caucasian and my great grandmother Indian,
does that make me mixed in any respect? I've asked my mother and just
replies: "You're still black." I understand the phenotypes or
percentages doesn't matter....but it'd be really nice to have some
- Welcome Trisha :)
Seems like you are in the right profession, as a journalist! I am
excited as to what you uncover, and the stories you have to share.
Kick your feet up and enjoy the group.
Warm Wishes, Lynn
Frederick Douglass: I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard
of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to
incur my own abhorrence.