Dr. Jennifer Jones presents her case study on mixed race identity and group formation. She studied an Asian advocacy group as it transformed into a multiracial advocacy group. Common experiences, discursive work, and framing all helped group members build a shared identity. However, this shared identity did nothing to break down the use of race to classify people.
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