The Multiracial Activist - Books

Books

The Multiracial Activist has been profiled in numerous books. Most notable are: 2003 The Fundamentals of Extremism, 2004 Social Identities: Multidisciplinary Approaches by Gary Taylor and Spencer Steve, 2004 The Politics of Multiracialism: Challenging Racial Thinking edited by Heather M. Dalmage, and 2006 Race and Multiraciality in Brazil and the United States: Converging Paths? by G. Reginald Daniel.

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