Author Susan Straight and her daughters in Central Park in November 2010. From left to right: Gaila Sims, Delphine Sims, Rosette Sims and Susan Straight. Courtesy Of The Author hide caption

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Walking Away From A Mixed Race Family?

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Mat Johnson's new book picks up where Edgar Allen Poe's only novel left off. Spiegel & Grau hide caption

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Searching For Black Utopia ... In Antarctica

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Multiracial Teens Launch A 'Latte Rebellion'

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A Mixed Race Take On What It Means To Be 'Free'

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