MIX-D:

September 10, 2014

Tagged with: Black, ethnic minority and mixed-race people

"The Mix-d concept is designed to create a voice for a silent group who may experience confusion, conflict, or misunderstanding about their racial identity ... and to bring richness and colour to the lives of some mix-d people for whom everything to date has been simply Black or White."

Mix-d also have a museum project which is looking at "the presence of mixed race people, couples and families in the early 20th century, particularly in the period 1920-1950, a time when racial mixing and mixedness tended to be viewed very negatively by British authorities."