celebrating stories of the Mixed race and multiracial experience
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia with us.
a film, book & performance festival celebrating stories of the Mixed and multiracial experience
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“There is no other place like the Festival in the world for the people of mixed heritage to get together and celebrate our diversity. It’s important.” - Keegan-Michael Key, Key & Peele
What is the Mixed Remixed Festival?
In a word: a celebration.
The Mixed Remixed Festival brings together people of all races, creeds and genders to celebrate what it means to be Mixed, multiracial, or part of a blended family. We get together each year to showcase films, books, live performances, panels, and acting and writing workshops for those looking to share or explore their Mixed experience.
Who should go to the Festival?
Seriously, anyone. Everyone.
We live in a multicultural world - and anyone who wants to take part in celebrating that should come to the Festival.
For people of Mixed descent, you will never feel a better sense of home. For people who want to learn more about the Mixed experience, you'll never get a better education than this.
Do I have to pay for the Festival?
That's the best part. Because of donations from our generous sponsors, we're able to offer the Mixed Remixed Festival completely free of charge each year. Help us keep the festival free by applying to volunteer or contacting us about sponsorship opportunities.
Look who's talking about the Mixed Remixed Festival!
We are deeply greatly for the foundational support of the Leo Buscaglia Foundation and celebrate its mission to build community spirit by helping people help others.
With support from the California Arts Council, Mixed Remixed will develop a comprehensive plan to engage the public and program quarterly events. We'll outline a plan to extend the number of festival days and develop quarterly exhibitions and develop an engagement program with media & arts organization partnerships.
6 days agoOther kids called me an oreo when I was growing up. It was a really hurtful insult. Where did they learn this? Someone must have taught them to be cruel. That's what I never understood growing up. Still don't. #multiracial#mixedrace#biracial
3 hours agoWe are so grateful for our donors! A couple of weeks ago we held a dinner for Madge who is one of our most generous donors every year. Lively conversation and an all-round good vibe plus a delicious meal by @dewfoods . Thank you Madge for helping to support a home for our stories! #multiracial#mixedrace#biracial
1 month agoI was talking to a fellow mixed chick yesterday who said if she had felt more comfortable in her own skin being mixed, she wouldn't be struggling with her weight today. So much of her life she spent trying to erase her difference or hide it, but that also meant that she was not taking care of herself. Today she's teaching herself how to eat and cook healthier foods and is working out at the gym 4 times a week. And she's feeling better about her body, herself, and proudly proclaiming her mixed-ness. How about you? #multiracial#mixedrace#biracial