Monday, December 10, 2012

Happy Anniversary to The Multiracial Advocacy Blog

We here at Project RACE just celebrated the first anniversary of The Multiracial Advocacy Blog and we are happy to say that for a young blog, it is making quite a splash!

Here are a few of the fun facts gathered from our blog dashboard (it's amazing what it can tell you) that may also be somewhat of a reflection of interest in the multiracial identity movement.

  • Just as Project RACE has attracted an international membership since its inception in 1990, our blog has consistently drawn hits from around the world as well. The majority of our readership is from the United States, but we also have an extremely large audience from both Russia and France. The list of top ten countries in order is rounded out by the Philippines, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Canada, Sweden and China.
  • Readers predominately are directed to our blog via our website, followed in number by readers who come directly to The Multiracial Advocacy Blog and then by those who come to the blog via Google.
  • The search keyword that led the greatest number of readers to our blog was "Multiracial Olympians". Likewise, the blog post that received the most views was "Another Multiracial Olympian" posted by our Executive Director, Susan Graham on August 10th.
  • For those who have interest in such things, 67 percent of our readers use a Windows operating system.

If there is anything you'd like to see here on our blog, please let us know. Subscribe if you'd like, or just drop by from time to time. Thanks everyone for reading and be sure to tell your friends about our blog!


  1. Thank you for this fabulous blog entry, KB! we've come a long way thanks to the multiracial community and supporters!

  2. Congratulations on a great blog for our people!

  3. Thank you for reminding us, KB, the years went by so quickly. I remember our humble blog beginnings and I must say, thanks to you and Susan, we've come a long way. This past year has been quite a ride! Being part of Multiracial Advocacy has certainly opened up a "wide-angle" view for me. People are just that, people. It does not matter what color or race you are, where you or your ancestors came from, and it does not matter what your spiritual background is or is not - people are people with the same basic needs and desires as you or I do. We are diverse and yet, we are one, in so many ways. Thanks again, KB. You are doing a great job; I enjoy reading your posts.
    Happy Hanukkah!

  4. Thank you, Catherine for all you do!