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For decades, a those who identify as bi/multi-racial have been overlooked within society

Whether in families, neighborhoods, communities of faith, or otherwise, these individuals are often seen as “half” of one identity and “half” of another, and as such are rarely fully embraced. This “half existence” leads to bullying, disillusionment, poor mental health, and a host of other issues that do not reflect God’s desires for their lives, which is all the more concerning when one considers that those who identify as bi/multi-racial will be the majority of people in the United States by 2040.