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The Mixed Space Travels a New Path

In 2023, The Mixed Space was ushered into a phase of self-discovery. Beyond knowing what the Mixed Space purpose could be, it was important to pause, take everything in, and learn from our experiences.

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4 Moments from Harry & Meghan that Hit Home For The Mixed Space

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has made headlines worldwide for her high-profile marriage to Prince Harry and her advocacy for equality. The recent Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace shines a light on the unique challenges and experiences that Markle has faced as a mixed-race woman inside the institution of the Royal Family.

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7 Principles of Zapatismo to Consider in Community Building

On January 1, 1994, the concept of Zapatismo arrived when a resistance group took up arms and seized several towns in Chiapas, Mexico. The group primarily consisted of a band of separate and mixed Indigenous tribes with their own customs including Ch’ol, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Tojolobal, Mam, and Zoque. The event made headlines worldwide and sparked a movement for Indigenous rights, autonomy, and social change.

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Home Dissonance

5 Podcasts and Videos about Home Dissonance

Home: it’s one of those words used so often in everyday language that it appears to be a straightforward concept without many nuances. However, home is an incredibly vague term that differs from person to person. Popular phrases like “Home is where the heart is” or “There’s no place like home” do not honestly describe what home means; all it does is suggest that home is meaningful and important to us.

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Awkward Family Dinner

Awkward Family Dinner: Four Dinner Table Scenes to Learn From

Whether you’re bringing two families with different backgrounds together, coming out to your parents, or just trying to maintain an equal playing field at the dinner table, gathering with our relatives can be an emotionally taxing event. For a time of year meant to gather and make memories, the polarization and divisiveness faced by families can stir up feelings of anxiety, loneliness, or strife during the holidays.

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