We started this podcast right after the incident in Minneapolis with George Floyd because we felt like our perspective should have a voice. We truly straddle two worlds and in this episode, we discuss racism and how we've experienced it in our lives. Hopefully, you'll take something away from this episode that helps you grow as an individual.
As it is Black History Month I thought it only fitting to share some awesome T-shirts and dolls that represent the black community. Buying toys dolls that are diverse is a great way to teach your child about acceptance and inclusion without even have to talk about it.
n this episode we talk about a few facts we've learned about black history that we didn't know previously as well as chat about our own histories a bit. We also share a few funny stories and are very excited to introduce you guys to the midwestern goodbye.
Welcome back to Mixed Minds! We are glad to be recording again, unfortunately there were a few tech issues with this episode, but it's still really good so dive in and listen to us chat about education and learning during covid.
We hope you enjoy episode 2 of Mixed Minds where we talk about what it is like to be mixed in America. This episode we focus in on appearances.
We are sisters and we are mixed. We decided to make a podcast to talk about what it's like to be mixed in America. We will discuss big and small issues as well as everyday topics. Give us a listen we may have more in common than you think.