Happy National Day of Forgiveness! I swear there is a day for everything, but I like days like this. Today reminds me personally and professionally of the benefits of forgiveness. Years ago while working a DivorceCare group, the concept of forgiveness became a theme to multiple sessions. Many of us get cheated on by lovers, […]

Loving Day

June 12, 1967 That date is a tremendous date, resonating with many interracial couples and mixed race individuals in America changing the landscape of marriage equality and race relations. Mildred and Richard Loving, a mixed race black/Native American female and white male, were a married couple in Virginia, a state in which it was illegal […]

What is Being Mixed Race?

What is the mixed race identity? I recently heard from a biracial friend, “others don’t know what being mixed is, therefore they don’t understand who I am.” Part of the human condition is to feel apart of something and to think we are understood. Many mixed race individuals I encounter may find a group to be […]