By Monica Maria Tetzlaff This has been a year of heritage for our family. Our daughter Hannah is African American and my partner and I are of European heritage, specifically German in my case. Brad, my partner is German … Continue reading Ghana Light German Light.
Once upon a time Melissa Culross dreamed of singing, but she told herself and others that she couldn’t sing outside of the shower. One day, she realized that it was all a lie. In fact she found that she was … Continue reading Velveteen Your Life, or How to Become a Real Artist.
After a bit of blogsoul searching, its become clear that I want Mezclados to be. Its really just not going to be a political publication or culture journal about being “mixed.” Instead the content will be “mixed,” I love art, … Continue reading What’s This Blog About Anyway?
Finally, a book featuring a multi-ethnic family that is not about “being” a multi-ethnic family. Instead, Oscars Half Birthday follows Oscar, his mom,dad and big sister on a very regular outing on a special day. If you’re thinking of ideas … Continue reading Oscars Half Birthday– Book Review
Peacemaker, Food Force, and A Force More Powerful By Javaughn Fernanders I. Serious Games. On February 2003, a subgroup of game developers formerly convened the first Serious Game Summit held during the largely popular Game Developers Conference. Serious Games, games … Continue reading Can Serious Games Save the World?
My friend and fellow artist is mixing it up in Southern California! As a musician and painter/sculptor, Richard Rodriguez utilizes dreams the way we all wish we could. As an eternal motivator for a life of beauty. Raised to accept … Continue reading Dreamer Por Vida!
Practicing Mindfulness By Susanna Hamilton Freedom is a practice. It is in the awakening, the awareness that our feelings and perceptions in the present moment are transient; our happiness and suffering ebb and flow as the tides of the ocean. When … Continue reading Practicing Mindfulness
When our kids were little, we used to joke that we were the “complete multicultural family.” Our appearance wasn’t too shocking by the 1990sat least on the East Coast. We often evoked stares and even rude comments traveling in some … Continue reading Holiday Bingo