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Multiracial Family Man

Comic and writer Alex Barnett is the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 7-year-old, Biracial son. Join him and his guests each episode as they discuss issues of concern to Multiracial people and people in Multiracial families (including the dynamics between members of the same family who are of different races). Alex has been seen on the Katie Couric Show, been featured on Sirius/XM Radio’s “Raw Dog Comedy,” NBC’s EVB Live, and in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and CNN.com.

info_outline The Final Episode - Ep. 250 12/08/2019
info_outline Revisiting a conversation with comedian J-L Cauvin about race, racism, and the changing economics of the comedy business, Ep. 249 12/01/2019
info_outline Dancer, actress, ninja, writer, Tori Eldridge, and Hawaiian-Norwegian multiracial experience, Ep. 248 11/24/2019
info_outline Revisiting a conversation with Professor Sarah Gaither about multiracial perceptions, interracial interactions and intergroup contact, Ep. 247 11/17/2019
info_outline Revisiting our conversation with multiracial family mom, Obama neighbor, and former dancer, Keesha Beckford, 246 11/10/2019
info_outline The Taiwanese-Latino Multiracial Experience with Comedian James Camacho, Ep. 245 11/03/2019
info_outline Changing Careers and Pursuing Your Passion with African-American NASCAR Driver, Bill Lester, Ep. 244 10/27/2019
info_outline Revisiting a Conversation About Beyond Black & White and The Pink Pill with Christelyn Karazin, Ep. 243 10/20/2019
info_outline Revisting a Conversation About Multiracial Identity, the Census, Bone Marrow Donor Registry, and Chronicling the Life of a Champion of the Multiracial Community, with Project Race Executive Director Susan Graham, Ep. 242 10/13/2019
info_outline On being biracial, bicultural and Jewish with author Natasha Diaz, Ep. 241 10/06/2019
info_outline Spoken word poet Staceyann Chin on immigration and on being multiracial, Jamaican, and gay, Ep. 240 09/29/2019
info_outline Indian culture, immigrant experience, and staying true to one's values onstage with comedian, Ritu Chandra, Ep. 239 09/22/2019
info_outline Exploring multiracial identity by returning to one’s homeland with writer, teacher, organizer & activist, Faith Adiele, Ep. 238 09/15/2019
info_outline Snowflake Stories - Personalized Multicultural Children's Books with Author & Founder Jill Barletti, Ep. 237 09/08/2019
info_outline The Cheetah Girls and using DNA to trace ancestry after childhood in the foster care system with Deborah Gregory, Ep. 236 09/01/2019
info_outline Counseling Multiracial Families with Rorri Geller-Mohamed, Ep. 235 08/25/2019
info_outline The Sociology and Real-ness of Race, with Professor Rainier Spencer, Ep. 234 08/18/2019
info_outline Multiracial Identity, the Census, Bone Marrow Donor Registry, and Chronicling the Life of a Champion of the Multiracial Community, with Project Race Executive Director Susan Graham, Ep. 233 08/11/2019
info_outline Afro-Latino Experience and Addressing the Intersection of Civil Rights and Multiracial Identity with Professor Tanya Hernandez, Ep. 232 08/04/2019
info_outline Roots of the Spirit - Chronicling Civil Rights History and Advocating for Social Justice with Spirit Tawfiq, Ep. 231 07/28/2019
info_outline Betwixt and Between - the Sociology of the Multiracial Experience with Professor G. Reginald Daniel, Ep. 230 07/21/2019
info_outline Representing the biracial experience through fiction with author John Vercher, Ep. 229 07/14/2019
info_outline Writing about multicultural and multiracial voices for kids with Patricia Hruby Powell, Ep. 228 07/07/2019
info_outline Multiracial storytelling with British, Afro-Trinidadian filmmaker, Lichelli Lazar-Lea, Ep. 227 06/30/2019
info_outline Representing Colombian-American ethnicity and vegan culture onstage, with restaurateur and comedian, Alex Carabano, Ep. 226. 06/23/2019
info_outline Advocating for the Multiracial Community with Mixed Media founder, Whitney Yang, Ep. 225 06/16/2019
info_outline Revisiting a conversation with Ken Tanabe, founder of Loving Day, to discuss the landmark decision Loving v. Virginia, Ep. 224 06/09/2019
info_outline The multiracial experience and the #ImNotAlone movement with Professor Kristal Brent Zook, Ep. 223 06/02/2019
info_outline Revisiting the Latina & African-American Multiracial Family Experience with Vanessa Bell, Founder of De Su Mama, Ep. 222 05/26/2019
info_outline Studying the sociology of cross-race interaction with Duke University Ph.D. candidate, Brenda Straka, Ep. 221 05/19/2019