Saturday, June 30, 2012

"Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go."
 William Feather
We have seen the demise of many other multiracial advocates. AMEA is gone, and MAVIN was not really an advocacy group, but it is not doing anything now.  Loving Day is one day, and too many advocates have just stopped being advocates. Academics, authors, and talk show hosts are not necessarily advocates. As I have said many times, "It's not just you or your child, it's also about the generations to come. "New groups" have come and gone, mostly gone. Project RACE not only hangs on--22 years now--but expands, influences, and remains the key national advocacy organization for multiracial children, teens, adults and our families. -Susan Graham

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