A biracial jazz musician attempts to pass for a white man in 19th-century Louisiana.
In “A Word With the Boy,” he follows a father and his biracial son on a trip to England.
His own presence of mind guided him through an early life as a biracial kid with an absent father.
And as a biracial man, he can bear witness to another aspect of the debate.
The ex-Mad TV cast members came out proudly as biracial in the first episode of their show.
Tiger Woods and Kimora Lee Simmons are alternatively thought of as African-American or “biracial,” but rarely as “Asian-American.”
Back in 2008, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof raised the issue, asking, “Should we call Obama ‘black’ or ‘biracial’?”
He won his election in February with an outpouring of biracial support.
A new debate is brewing over whether Barack Obama is America's first "black" president, or America's first "biracial" president.
Of the rest, only sixty-one commands had invited local black leaders to participate in what were supposed to be biracial groups.