Mixed Chicks Chat
Summary: Mixed Chicks Chat is a live, weekly podcast about being racially and culturally Mixed. Hosts Heidi Durrow and Fanshen Cox tackle everything from whether Mixed people should/can use the 'N' word, hair tips, political agendas and relationships, all from a Mixed race perspective. You can call in on Wednesdays and join the discussion live, or send them an e-mail or blog comment and participate in the discussion.
We talk with Suzy about her advocacy through Mixed and Happy that brought about real change! And the new stuff you can find over at Mixed & Happy's site!
New day of the week and new season!
This week's episode is a live reading by Heidi of The Girl Who Fell From the Sky at the Green Toad Bookstore in April 2010. Enjoy the show!
EPISODE 168 - Mixed Roots 2010 History Panel P. 2
EPISODE 167 - Mixed Roots 2010 History Panel P. 1
EPISODE 165 - Loving Day with Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng & Kip Fulbeck
EPISODE 164 - The New Generation Mixed Experience: Guest Latisha Ware
EPISODE 163 - Mixed Bag
EPISODE 162 - Mixed Bag
http://counterculturebeauty.com/ Counter Culture Beauty is a beauty blog dedicated to celebrating the exquisite beauty of todayÃ¢??s biracial and multiracial women. Created by Linda Ripoll, a beauty editor for the past 12 years for several publications, websites and blogs, this site is for beauty junkies and product addicts of all colors but specifically highlights the latest in beauty for todayÃ¢??s mixed chicks!
EPISODE 160 - Mixed Mail Bag
Dr. Marsha D. Daria, is Coordinator of the Elementary Education Program and a Professor in the Department of Education and Educational Psychology at Western Connecticut State University, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in child development, curriculum strategies, and contemporary issues in education. She received her Ph.D. from Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas, M.Ed. from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas and her B.A. and A.A. from Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri. Her research has focused on multiracial children, contemporary and health issues related to school age children. She has served on various university and professional committees, and has presented at numerous state, regional, and national conferences. In addition to teaching at WCSU since 1995, she has also taught at the University of Texas at Arlington. Prior to her working in higher education, Dr. Daria served as an Elementary School Principal, Dean of Instruction, and as a public school teacher. She is the proud mother of two biracial children.
EPISODE 157 - Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival #3: Recap
EPISODE 156 - Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival #3: Preview
EPISODE 155 - Should only Mixed actors play Mixed roles?