Tarah talks about her Multiracial Family in a front page article about Barack Obama and his Multiracial Family

On blogs and around kitchen tables across the country, mixed-race Americans are celebrating the fact that, for the first time, a biracial person, Barack Obama, will be a major party's nominee for president of the United States.

Obama identifies as African American, and much has been made of the historic nature of his candidacy, which could make him the country's first black president. But he also frequently evokes his mixed heritage: his white mother from Kansas and his black father from Kenya. His presence on the national political stage is being embraced by multiracial Americans as an opportunity to focus attention on the growing population of multiracial people and deepen the debate about racial identity....

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Tarah’s first published piece on Multiracial Families is featured in the recently re-released book “Anti-Bias Education: For Young Children and Ourselves” by Louise Derman Sparks and Julie Olsen, published by NAEYC.


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