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It isn’t where Mix-d is seen; but where it isn’t seen!!

It isn’t where Mix-d is seen; but where it isn’t seen!!

I’m a middle aged Mix-d: Man. I live within a modern, multicultural family and friendship group. My mother is White English and my father is Black Jamaican. I have older single-heritage White and Black siblings; and younger mixed-race siblings, children and grandchild. My life is quite ordinary and reflective of many other life styles across the UK. I would say I had a very happy childhood and experienced the same growing up pains as my older siblings. However, there were a few topics which fascinated me when I was younger and still stands out to me today.  Why are mixed-race people...

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