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It's not all black and white : multiracial youth speak out

Author: St. Stephen's Community House (Toronto, Ont.)
Publisher: Toronto : Annick Press, [2012] ©2012
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English
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Biracial and multiracial youth discuss their lives and questions of identity though poems, essays, interviews, and personal reflections.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile literature
Interviews Juvenile literature
Biography Juvenile literature
Ouvrages pour la jeunesse
Entretiens Ouvrages pour la jeunesse
Biographies Ouvrages pour la jeunesse
Interviews
Biography
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: St. Stephen's Community House (Toronto, Ont.)
ISBN: 9781554513802 1554513804
OCLC Number: 777304495
Description: ix, 109 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm.
Contents: We've come a long way. One of many ; Race is ubiquitous ; It's 2012, where have you been? ; Interview with Carol Camper, part one ; What am I supposed to look like? ; When your history's a mystery ; Interview with Jorge Lozano, my father ; Places, everyone--
action ; By Anonymous, a sixteen-year-old indigenous youth ; Interview with Jacqueline Kalaidjian --
Can I see your ID? No ID ; Not so traditional ; Black & white ; Interracial : Ojibwa, Seneca (Mohawk), and Métis ; What is your crazy fascination? ; Hair, or, glorious hair ; Black but not so beautiful ; Chameleon ; Mixed dranks on me ; Not just sexy ; Interview with Tomás Sebastian : white but boring ; Excerpt from "itty bitty--
a one-woman play" --
My world around me. Token people, token friends ; Navigating through culture : finding my way home ; One thing leads to another ; A different world ; Chocolate or milk : what's your favorite flavor? ; The blind side ; Family picture ; Assimilation, assimilation ; Loss of one half of me ; Mismatch ; Stir-fry ; Interview with Veronica Salvatierra : a young Latina mom talks about raising a mixed child ; My advice to parents : a mixed daughter's perspective --
Above and beyond race. No matter how many times ; The way I am ; Interview with Carol Camper, part two ; Complex simplicity ; Balance ; On a positive note ; Raindrop --
Advice for parents and caregivers.
Other Titles: It is not all black and white
Responsibility: St. Stephen's Community House.

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Biracial and multiracial youth discuss their lives and questions of identity though poems, essays, interviews, and personal reflections.

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