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Monday, June 3, 2013

One Drop of Love show & documentary film at Hollywood Fringe Festival

One Drop of Love is a solo show and documentary film that journey from the U.S. to East & West Africa and from 1790 to the present as a culturally Mixed woman explores the influence of the One Drop Rule on her family and society.

One Drop of Love show and documentary film

One Drop of Love is back in LA for the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Fridays June 21st and 28th and Sunday June 30th.

The June 30th show is a fundraiser for MASC and a Loving Day celebration.

Tickets are on sale now, here:

More info on the show and documentary:

One Big Hapa Family Free Online Screening till June 9, 2013

The 48 min. broadcast version of feature live action/animated documentary, One Big Hapa Family, is now screening for free online until June 9th.

One Big Hapa Family Free Online Screening

The film explores why a Japanese family married interracially and how this reflects the 95% intermarriage rate for Japanese Canadians in Canada.

About the Film

After a family reunion, Japanese-Canadian filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns embarks on a journey of self-discovery to find out why everyone in his Japanese-Canadian family married interracially after his grandparents’ generation.

Using a mix of live action and animation, “One Big Hapa Family” explores why 95 percent of Japanese-Canadians--more than any other ethnic group--marry interracially and how their mixed children perceive their unique multiracial identities.

The stories of our generations of a Japanese-Canadian family to come to life through animation by some of Canada’s brightest independent animators, including Louise Johnson, Ben Meinhardt, Todd Ramsay, Kunal Sen, Jonathan Ng, and the filmmaker himself.

“One Big Hapa Family” makes us question: Is interracial mixing the end of multiculturalism as we know it?

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NYC Loving Day Celebration 2013

Get ready for the 10th annual LOVING DAY FLAGSHIP CELEBRATION in New York City! Come celebrate the anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, the Supreme Court case that legalized interracial marriage in the U.S.

NYC Loving Day Celebration 2013

DATE: Saturday, June 15, 2013
TIME: 3:00pm
WHERE: Solar 1, East River waterfront at 23rd St. in Manhattan

FREE BBQ: all day
FREE BEER: for the first hour
$5 suggested donation at the door

Event will happen rain or shine, and it's friendly for multicultural families of all ages!

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