by Mark Van Streefkerk
According to recent census data, the U.S. is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse at a faster rate than previously predicted, especially among Generation Z. Along with increased diversity comes an increase in multiracial youth, populations that Dr. Ralina L. Joseph and Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith are calling “Generation Mixed.” Co-authored by Joseph and Briscoe-Smith and released in March, Generation Mixed Goes to School: Radically Listening to Multiracial Kids is a first-of-its-kind resource for educators, caregivers, parents, and anyone who wants to learn more about supporting youth populations that are increasingly mixed.
The book is part of a multicultural education series edited by Dr. James A. Banks, the “Father of Multicultural Education.”Continue reading ‘Generation Mixed Goes to School’ Helps Parents and Educators Support Mixed-Race Kids