Borderlands: It's a Family Affair

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Nia Diaspora - Bisexuals - 34 pages
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In issue 2 of this compilation zine about issues that affect mixed-race people, writers (including transracial adoptees) focus specifically on growing up in interracial families. They discuss their childhood rejection of their ethnicity, sometimes due to their parents and other times due to shame about not being white. Many also struggle with getting in touch with the ethnic side of In issue 2 of this compilation zine about issues that affect mixed-race people, writers (including transracial adoptees) focus specifically on growing up in interracial families. They discuss their childhood rejection of their ethnicity, sometimes due to their parents and other times due to shame about not being white. Many also struggle with getting in touch with the ethnic side of their families due to geographic, language, and social barriers. There are contributors of Arab, African, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean descent, and many of them also identify as queer. Contains a list of blog recommendations.their families due to geographic, language, and social barriers. There are contributors of Arab, African, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean descent, and many of them also identify as queer. Contains a list of blog recommendations.

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