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Comic and writer Alex Barnett is the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 6-year-old, Biracial son. Join him and his guests each episode as they discuss the issues that confront multiracial people and multiracial families (including the dynamics between members of the same family who are of different races).

Within the Multiracial Community, Alex is active as a performer and advocate.  Alex was a featured performer at the 2012 New Orleans Loving Festival, the 2015 Mixed-Remixed Festival in Los Angeles, and the 2016 Blend Conference at Cornell University.

Alex is the co-founder of Multiracial Media (http://multiracialmedia.com/) a website that showcases the voices of the Multiracial Community.

Alex also is the co-creator of the comic strip, The Bronze Panther, about a four-year-old, biracial superhero.

Alex has performed at clubs, colleges and venues throughout the country.  He's appeared on the Katie Couric Show, been featured on Sirius/XM Radio’s “Raw Dog Comedy,” and NBC’s EVB Live, and in VH1.com, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and CNN.com.

Apr 22, 2018

Ep. 165: Rain Bennett lives in a world of dualities.  From a small town, he loves world travel and cosmopolitan life.  He's an artist, but he also loves the rigor of athletic pursuit.  And, a White man, he is a Multiracial family man.  His life is a study in the co-existence of dual nature and contrasts.

Rain is a...


Apr 15, 2018

Ep. 164: This week I decided to try something a bit different.  Rather than interview someone, I've opted to provide my reflections on 3 years of hosting the Multiracial Family Man Podcast, offering my thoughts on why I started the podcast, what it was intended to be, how that has changed and evolved over time, what...


Apr 8, 2018

Ep. 163: Lichelli Lazar-Lea is a Multiracial, British, Afro-Trinidadian filmmaker, writer, producer and storyteller.  Listen as she describes her search for identity, reconnecting with her father in Trinidad, and how she weaves her Multiracial experience into her professional works.

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Apr 1, 2018

Ep. 162: comic Ayanna Dookie, who is a Black and Indian woman with Trinidadian roots, returns to the podcast to talk about her heritage, the #MeToo Movement and the role of women of color in that Movement, and the impact of the movie Black Panther on society.  Take a listen!

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Mar 25, 2018

Ep. 161: Hannah Carmona Dias is a Writer who currently resides in Tennessee. Beautiful, Wonderful, Strong Little Me is her debut book which tackles a topic she herself has struggled with. In addition to writing Hannah is also a wife, mother, founder of Collective Art School of Tennessee, YouTuber, and actress. When...