Generation Mixed

Generation Mixed

In the 2010 Census multiracial people were counted at 9 million; in 2020 it exploded to 33.8 million a 276% increase. Generation Mixed Podcast was created as an outlet for these voices to be heard, one story at a time. Weekly guests will give you glimpses of their lives, about how they navigate through a world that is not always accepting. There will be similarities, and differences. Each story will weave a thread that, combined with other stories, will create a beautiful colorful tapestry that represents what it means to be multiracial in America. Let's come together, tune in, and start creating a community. Hosted by Jolie, or Jolie Frijole when the whim hits her, she will bring these stories to you in a Q&A format by guests from different backgrounds and life experiences. She begins the first podcast about herself, and each week, will bring a new guest or guests to share their stories. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed & FOLLOW ME at JMarc Media Network at: www.justjmarc.com

Episodes

June 22, 2022 54 min
Mixed Girl Problems. Three words we mixed ladies and girls know too well. Meet the phenomenal woman behind these three words on social media.

Donnis Collins, a New York native tells us her extensive experiences surrounding her creative background as an actress, content creator, and social media influencer. She is the admin of mixgrlprblems on Instagram and Twitter, Mixdgrlproblems on Tumblr, as well as her own accounts, donnisbutter...
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Before Loving v Virginia there were four court cases that challenged anti-miscegenation laws in their own states. Can you name them?

Pace v Alabama (1883) Perez v Sharp (1948) Naim v Naim (1955) and McLaughlin v Florida (1964) all challenged racist legal laws that banned any interracial romantic contact. Two of these four cases won their legal battle.

Was the US the only country that banned interracial marriages, sex, and cohabitatio...
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June 8, 2022 41 min
Why do Black firsts not include Biracial firsts? Our history goes back further than we think.

In today’s climate, with the explosive growth of biracial and multiracial people, it is important to accurately tell history. The three Black firsts you may have or have not heard, Alexander Twilight, Nicolas Galbaldan, and Ophelia Devore-Mitchell were instrumental in elevating the Black race, although they were mixed race. Alexander was t...
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Who says you can’t follow your dream? Brittany did, and created a business Mosaic The Label whose mission statement includes Made by mixed kids for mixed kids!

Brittany tells us her story growing up mixed race in New York City, including being mistaken for Latina, working full time while attending college full time on scholarships, and excelling in the corporate world. During the lockdown she established a growing business brand tha...
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Take a deep dive into two notorious cases that challenge the societal construct of race. What determines who is white and who is Black?

Susan Guillory Phipps challenged Louisiana law to change her birth certificate to change from “colored” to white back in 1982, which became a media sensation and made history. Rhinelander v Rhinelander was a divorce case in the Roaring 20s that made tabloid headlines that stated the bride passed as ...
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The world’s oldest profession has roots in biracial history. Today we learn about Mahogany Hall, Madame Lulu White, and “Countess” Willie Piazza.

Storyville was a red light district in New Orleans between the end of the 19th century to the early 20th century that legalized prosititution. Mixed race women were popular in bordellos, as well as the madames. After 1917, things changed.

Thank you to my follower @marahttslimes009 for ...
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May 11, 2022 36 min
Hapa. Halfie. Blasian.Eurasian. Hafu. These are just some terms used to describe half Asian individuals, who have made contributions to American history. Today three will be mentioned.

Florence Finch was a decorated war hero and half Filipina. Marian Irwin Osterlund was one of the first notable women scientists, who was half Japanese. Hansen Hashem Clarke was an active House and Senate politician representing Detroit who is half Ban...
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May 4, 2022 36 min
Offensive and outdated terms are used along with references to rape. Listener discretion is advised.

Mulatto. Quadroon. Octoroon. There is a history behind these words that touches on balls, a New Orleans legend, as well as the paper bag test.

This episode gives background to the old classifications of mixed race Blacks during the slavery era. Further research unveils some surprising discoveries such as The Legend of the Octoroon Mis...
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April 27, 2022 47 min
Athlete. TikTok and Instagram influencer. Self defense teacher. And a whole lot more from this Gen Z trailblazer!

Meet Vic, half Black and half Filipina who is a woman of many accomplishments. The first woman on her wrestling team, an award winning martial arts champion, Martial Arts 4 Life assistant instructor, a video cameo, and a scriptwriter for a film. Come hear her life story at the age of 22!

Follow her on Instagram- @vict...
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April 20, 2022 30 min
History is filled with the good, the bad, and the ugly. Including our multiracial history. One is heartbreaking and the other is heartwarming.

The heartbreaking story is about a serial killer, Joseph Paul Franklin who targeted multiracial couples, allies, and two influential public figures.

The heartwarming story is about Gertrude Weaver, of mixed race, who in 2015 became the oldest person in the world and received recognition from ...
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April 13, 2022 50 min
Resilience and persistence, along with a thick skin, is needed when growing up biracial, especially in an all-white community. What happens after?

Meet Robin, who has a rich past filled with experiences that range from being called “Ubangi lips” as a teen, rock stardom, becoming a wife and mother, yoga teacher to the stars and much, much more!

Robin Barnette is the owner of MixedGirlBeautiful on Etsy, which produces many products aim...
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April 6, 2022 82 min
Drug abuse, depression, and traumatic events occur within the multiracial community. It’s time to talk about it.

Meet Emi, who courageously tells her story about being Japexican, defeating her drug addictions, surviving a miscarriage, along with other details that gave her resilience, and cemented her survivor personality.

Emiko Allan has a degree in Medical Assistant Studies, lives in South Dakota, works two jobs, and lives life day...
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What are you is the most common question we face as mixed-raced individuals. Christine Holmes decided to write about it with the same title, aimed for kids!

Christine Holmes, a licensed social worker with her own practice, decided to write a children’s book that focuses on a growing biracial population of half Asian and half white kids, after seeing most biracial children’s books focus on mixed black and white kids. Christine also t...
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What happened to Betty and Barney Hill? Not close encounters of the third kind, but close encounters of the fourth kind, where they claimed they were the first people abducted by aliens. Listen in on this mysterious story.

Listen to the story behind the first couple who was also interracial, captured by aliens, through firsthand accounts, and public responses to this phenomenon that included books and a movie.

Do you believe Betty an...
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March 16, 2022 43 min
Do Asian men have it worse when it comes to dating outside of their race? Meet Dave, who will give you his perspective.

Dave is a Filipino man, who came to the US when he was 18. He tells us his story about his experiences with mixed race dating, both in LA and in the Bay Area.

Dave works in the hospitality industry, has attended community college, and his Insta @davestermaxiumus highlights his love as a foodie, geek, and former ...
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March 9, 2022 53 min
If you had the chance to choose your baby’s biracial background through artificial insemination, would you do it?

Dejaenique decided to be a young mother who received artificial insemination through a white donor. She talks about why she did it, how she will raise her daughter Harmonee, and her future plans to have more children. She also discusses her 5 year relationship with an Asian woman.

Follow Dejaenique @dtms99 on Insta!

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March 2, 2022 45 min
Imagine being transported back to 1911. You are now a target of a serial killer just because of your mixed race or your interracial relationship. Did you know this actually happened? Twice?

*TRIGGER WARNING* The Mulatto Ax Murders and the Atlanta Ripper are two notorious cases in the early 19th century that terrified mixed race people and their families, across Texas, Louisiana, and Atlanta. We will discuss the details of the victim...
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Do you have a story to tell about your identity as a mixed-race person? Aaron did, with his soon-to-be-released published memoir Marginal Eyes A Mixed American’s Struggle for Identity in a Nation of Black and White

Aaron discusses his journey to becoming an author, along with reading an excerpt from his work, and his thoughts about CRT (critical race theory)
You can follow him on Twitter and Insta @themarginaleyes and check out ...
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February 16, 2022 74 min
True or False? Dating/marrying a white person brings you more status, prestige and power, especially if you’re POC.


Jacqueline, a Latina tells us her upbringing, her marriage to Michael, a white man, the relationship with their daughter Lilian, struggles included.

Jacqueline is a college graduate, a divorced mother of a daughter, Lilian, who works in education and plans on getting her JD degree to become a lawyer.


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February 9, 2022 46 min
A White Woman Speaks Up and Speaks Out!

Keziah, a white woman speaks about her childhood, her attraction to Black men, and raising her transgender daughter Bella. Her tumultuous relationship with Bella’s father is discussed as well.

For a moment, place yourself in a white person’s shoes in an interracial relationship whether married or not, with children or not, and recognize that most are committed to loving their partner, and willi...
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