Mixedness
& mixing

New perspectives on mixed-race Britons

A CRE eConference · 4-6 September 2007

Multimedia

This page contains links to video clips, music, and other multimedia content relating to mixed-race people and families.

Please note that the links below are for information only. These sites are not under our control, and we are not in any way responsible for any of their contents.

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Mixed chicks


A weekly podcast from the US about being racially and culturally mixed.

Posted on: 28 August

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Video Nation: Amber Gilbert (BBC)

Video Nation film by Amber Gilbert: "I'm from everywhere and I like everywhere".

Posted on: 25 August

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CNN's Betty Nguyen discusses Hapa identity

CNN's Betty Nguyen discusses Hapa identity and Kip Fulbeck's book "Part Asian, 100% Hapa"

Posted on: 23 August

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Growing Up Hapa

CNN anchor Betty Nguyen's profile on Kip Fulbeck and The Hapa Project, featuring his book "Part Asian, 100% Hapa".

Posted on: 22 August

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Hapa-ness Trailer

Trailer for an upcoming documentary by Karen Suzuki about growing up Half-Japanese (or Hapa) in Canada.

Posted on: 21 August

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Interracial Relationships

An ethnography on interracial relationships by UNC Chapel Hill students.

Posted on: 20 August

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I am

A short poem talking about being mixed-race and mixed race people.

Posted on: 20 August

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Mixed Relationships. Do they work?

A short documentary about Mixed Relationships.

Posted on: 19 August

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Mixed race, mixed feelings

Do people of mixed race feel caught between two stools or are they nestling in the best of both worlds? The BBC World Service's 'Outlook' examines inter-racial relationships. First broadcast in September 2001.

Posted on: 18 August

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Jen Chau on The Ananda Lewis Show

Jen Chau - founder of Swirl - discusses in 2002 what interracial couples need to think about in regards to having a mixed race child.

Posted on: 18 August

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Hines Ward Hapa Hero

Hines Ward, Superbowl XL MVP, is changing the way mixed-race Koreans are viewed and treated in Korean society. Koreans celebrated his accomplishments and his mother's strong Korean character though she was shunned by her own people in the past. Hines reciprocated the process of amends by starting the Helping Hands Foundation for the support of mixed race Koreans in Korea.

Posted on: 17 August

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Kip Fulbeck & The Hapa Project

MTV report on Kip Fulbeck & The Hapa Project at Space180 Gallery, San Francisco.

Posted on: 17 August

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Outside the Box

'Work-in-Progress Documentary by Lacey A. Schwartz. One filmmaker's personal exploration of her mixed-race identity leads to an examination of one of the most interesting and least understood subcultures in America, black Jews.'

Posted on: 16 August

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The Last Taboo

"Inter-racial romance is no longer taboo. Unless, that is, it's between members of Britain's two largest ethnic minorities, Asians and African-Caribbeans. Then it can often spark a wave of hostility." This Radio 4 documentary was first broadcast on 12 June 2006.

Posted on: 16 August

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Addicted to Race Videocast - Mixed Race Identity

Jen Chau and Carmen Van Kerckhove discuss what they think are the biggest misconceptions about mixed race identity and ask some other mixed race people in New York City too.

Posted on: 14 August

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Multiple Heritage Project #2

Bradley Lincoln, project manager and founder of the Multiple Heritage Project, talks about its aims, and how it has worked within schools to give young people a 'safe space' to talk about issues around mixed identity.

Posted on: 07 August

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Multiple Heritage Project #1

'In school people feel more confused about it [mixed heritage] because schools don't talk about it...' Zoe, a schoolgirl athlete from Stretford, Manchester talks about the MHP and what she has learned about mixed heritage, terminology, and black history.

Posted on: 07 August

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Empire's Children - Chris Bisson

Actor Chris Bisson, whose mother is White and father is a Trinidad-born Indian, explores his family roots.

Posted on: 01 August

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Death of donor search boy

Keiton Knight, a boy with leukaemia, who was unable to find a bone marrow donor because he was mixed race, died in March 2007. Read more...

Posted on: 30 July

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'Bi-Racial Hair': Zora Howard

Zora Howard performs 'Bi-Racial Hair' at the 2006 Urban Word NYC Annual Teen Poetry Slam.

Posted on: 30 July

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'What Are You Anyways?'

In this humorous animated short, filmmaker Jeff Stearns explores his cultural background growing up a mix of Japanese and Caucasian in a small white-bred Canadian city.

Posted on: 30 July

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Who am I? Louise

"This film was for a project at LCC. I chose to base it on my life as a mixed-raced person. Some mixed-heritaged people find it hard to fit in as they feel that they have to 'pick a side'. I address this feeling in the poem as well as the images."

Posted on: 20 July

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Corinne Bailey Rae interview

Interview with the Grammy-nominated singer, who talks about her experiences of racism while growing up in Leeds during the 1980s.

Posted on: 20 July

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Madness's 'Embarassment' pop video

This song, which reached number 4 in the charts in 1980, is a deeply personal response by Madness' saxophone player Lee Thompson to the news of his teenage sister's pregnancy by a black man.

Posted on: 20 July