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Our True Colors (formerly Tribe and True) is a podcast that explores the challenges of being racially ambiguous and focuses on identity and belonging. What’s it like when you fit everywhere yet belong nowhere all at the same time?

 

If you or someone you care about might be considered a racial riddle, an ethnic enigma, and a cultural conundrum, this show is for you!

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ra·cial

/ˈrāSHəl/

am·bi·gu·i·ty

/ˌambəˈɡyo͞owədē/

To be racially ambiguous means that one’s race is hard to define. People who come from a biracial background are often considered to be “racially ambiguous” or “in the grey area.” Yet, they are not the only ones who can be used to describe this term. It can also be used to describe people whose appearance is similar to that of a different race, meaning in which it is hard to determine their race simply by looking at them or they appear to be conceived of more than one race.

~ India Fizer, 2015

"Understanding Racial Ambuguity"

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