The Editors at Discover Nikkei invite you to submit personal stories and essays, memoirs, academic papers, book reviews, and other prose genre that share your thoughts on how Nikkei around the world perceive and experience being multiracial, multinational, multilingual, and multigenerational. It is our hope that by sharing the multitudes of our experiences, we enhance our ability to better understand who Nikkei are.
Submissions accepted from April 1 until September 30, 2013 at 6pm (PST). Click HERE for more info!
Multiracial Child Resource Book: Living Complex Identities by Maria P. P. Root & Matt Kelley (editors)
This book is a great resource for families, teachers/educators, and counselors, as well as for multiracial individuals. In a section of Multiracial 101, history, discrimination, and health issues are addressed. There is a complete section on Identity and Development that not only address parental issues in supporting multiracial children create their stories, it goes through developmental stages providing resources throughout. The book ends with a section on Specific Multiracial Heritages. You can purchase this book from the MAVIN foundation http://www.mavinfoundation.org/new/.
Cover of Tightly Curly
Curly Like Me is full of tips on how to maintain healthy curls. Author Teri LaFlesh spent years experimenting with – and breaking off – her own hair until she finally perfected the art of loving her curls. If you’d like to get a preview of all that you can learn from her book, head over to www.tightlycurly.com. Warning: you will likely be purchasing some new products after reading her tips, but you will be very glad you did. Purchase Curly Like Me on www.amazon.com