Fade: My Journeys in Multiracial America
Elliott Lewis talked about his memoir, Fade: My Journeys in Multiracial America, published by Carroll and Graf. He talked about his life as a biracial American. He explained that while he was raised with two parents of mixed racial heritage who identified themselves as black, he eventually evolved into a biracial self-identity. After his presentation he responded to audience members' questions. close
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