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Check all that apply : finding wholeness as a multiracial person
Frazier, Sundee Tucker, 1968-
Publication Information:
Downers Grove, Ill. : InterVarsity, [2002]

Physical Description:
199 pages ; 21 cm
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BT734.2 .F73 2002 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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Where do you fit?Who is your community?Who really understands you?Being multiracial is often confusing, frustrating and lonely. Perhaps you feel as Sundee Tucker Frazier sometimes does when faced with yet another form asking for her ethnic identifiction--like "none of the above."In this book, Frazier offers good news: God loves multiracial people and their interracial families. There is a special place for you in God's plan! And God wants to give you a sense of wholeness, worth and belonging--as one made in God's very likeness.Frazier helps you understand the experiences that form who you are and shows how to connect with others like you. She offers insight for developing your ethnic identity, understanding your family of origin--even figuring out who to marry! Most of all, she encourages you to gain a sense of God's purpose for your life. And for those who aren't multiracial themselves but know someone who is, she clarifies the challenges and rewards of sensitive relating.With Frazier you'll embark on a journey of personal discovery--with the goal of embracing all of who you are. You'll discover joy in living as a multiracial person as you gain the hope and courage to "check all that apply."

Author Notes

Sundee Tucker Frazier belongs to a beautiful black, white, biracial family. Sundee has worked with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship over the past ten years. She most recently served with her husband, Matt, as the worship leader for Urbana 2000, InterVarsity's student missions convention. Sundee and Matt live in Los Angeles

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Publisher's Weekly Review

Sundee Frazier, a self-described "AmericanAfricanScottishDutchDanishSwedeIndigenousPerson," tackles the ambiguities of being a multiracial woman of faith in Check All That Apply: Finding Wholeness as a Multiracial Person. In it she cogently describes the particular tension of multiracial identity, the sense of never quite belonging anywhere; she also insists that one's core identity comes only from God. Considering that the number of interracial marriages has swelled from 310,000 in 1970 to 1.3 million in 1994, there is an ever-enlarging audience for Frazier's thoughtful reflections. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

Table of Contents

Part 1 Identity Issues
1 Don't Make Me Choose
2 Not Always As We Appear
3 How Can I Be Many in One?
4 Our Core Identity
Part 2 Relating to Others
5 Temptations We Face
6 All in the Family
7 As if Dating and Marriage Weren't Complicated Enough
Part 3 Walking in Purpose and Wholeness
8 Made Multiracial for a Reason
9 Where Can We Find Wholeness?
Glossary of Terms
Appendix 1 Race, Ethnicity, Culture-What's the Difference?
Appendix 2 We're Not Alone: Historical Examples of Multiracial People
Appendix 3 Resources