Mixed Race Matters

Facial Emotion Recognition:

An International Test for Facial Emotion Recognition: Psychometric Properties and Normative Data. The ability to identify emotions from facial expressions is vital for social interactions. This ability is often impaired in several conditions, and is tested using tools which are not suitable for individuals who identify as mixed race. We developed a new tool that

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Making New Connections

Losing a life-partner from an interracial marriage. There’s much that can change in the lives of those in mixed race relationships and interracial marriages. Friendships, Family Connections, Communities, and how people interact with one another. New relationships are formed, and some past relationships are lost. The shared experiences and history that bring a relationship closer

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50 years Making Mixed Race Matter 1972 – 2022 MIXED RACE MATTERS past – present – future Saturday 15th October 2022 Online Speakers: Dr Chamion Caballero: The MIXED MUSEUMBradley Lincoln: FYC – For Your Curls. Mix-d: Mixed-Race Identity.Amina Pagliari: ARTIST Date: Saturday 15th October 2022Time: 1:30 – 04.00pmVenue: OnlineTickets: Free Book Here Join Us Contact

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Mixed-Race & Belonging

“Understanding Mixed-Race, Ethnic Minority Young People’s Conceptualization of Belonging” Looking for Participants I am looking to interview mixed-race, ethnic-minority young British people about their conceptualization of belonging now and in childhood. Interviews will last about one hour! Eligibility Requirements: Ages 17-26 Living in the United Kingdom Identifies as mixed-race and non-white (e.g. Black Caribbean and

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Transracial Adoption: What’s the problem?*

When Transracial Adoption Fails – Paul Girard Egbers-Kane writes about his experience of being adopted transracially. I won’t sugar-coat it, most transracial adoptees claim their adoption was the best thing that happened to them; they were well loved and cared for and they have no interest in finding their birth family. Then there are TRAs

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