Mixed Mexican

    This pseudo memoir, of Thomas Lopez, was inspired by frustration with the Census method of documenting mixed Latinos. The purpose is to show the need for changing the Census and suggests what those changes should be. This film was shown at the 2010 Mixed Roots Film and Literary Festival and the 2010 Ready…

Michael Hodgson

Michael Hodgson Cambridge BioMarketing Michael Hodgson has over 15 years’ experience in pharmaceutical and biotechnology marketing communications to doctors and patients across multiple therapeutic categories including neurology, hematology, nephrology, and orphan diseases.  Trained as a copywriter, he now serves as a partner and creative director of Cambridge BioMarketing, a Boston-based communications agency with clients that…

MASC Event Featured on Angry Asian Man

The famous blog Angry Asian Man featured a post about an upcoming MASC event: http://www.angryasianman.com/2009/06/janm-event-multicultural-families-and.html Details of the event are below: MASC and the Asian Jewish Initiative invite you to An Evening Exploring Shifting Attitudes on Multicultural Families and Intermarriage Thursday, June 11, 2009 6:30 p.m.-7:15 p.m. Hors d’oeuvres Reception 7:15 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Evening Program…

Project Remix Review

On 4/16/09 MASC’s (Multiracial Americans of Southern California) former president and co-founder, Nancy G. Brown co-led the Project Remix discussion on Census 2010 with AMEA’s (Association of MultiEthnic Americans) president Jummy Bullock to a  diverse group of USC students. It was a meaningful gathering during which the history of the historic change in the census guidelines…

The Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival – June 12, 2009

The Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival is NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS! The largest west coast Loving Day celebration kicks off the 2nd Annual Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival on June 12, 2009.  The Festival celebrates storytelling of the Mixed racial and cultural experience and brings together innovative artists, film and book lovers, and families…