An Open Letter to the Future Mixed-Race Generation

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Being a first-generation American has played a huge role in who I am today. This aspect of who I am has shaped my cultural lens, my perspective on race, my beliefs, my core values, and my identity as a whole. It has been something that I’ve not only battled with, but have also come to embrace as I’ve gotten older.

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Digital Advertising Professional, Writer, Runner, and Plant Mom. I write about work, relationships, culture, and life in general. @lindseyruns

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Digital Advertising Professional, Writer, Runner, and Plant Mom. I write about work, relationships, culture, and life in general. @lindseyruns

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