This layered account examined the ways in which multiracial identity is communicated within interpersonal relationships, with a focus on the microaggressions that make up the multiracial experience. Issues of isolation and marginalization, internal identity conflicts, denial of multiracial identity and experiences, interrogation, and racial stereotypes all play a role in how the multiracial experience is formulated and communicated by mixed race peoples. A social constructionist and creative arts-based approach was used to provide an impressionistic sketch of the lived multiracial experience along with the constructed meaning and communication of what it means to be a multiracial person in 21st century America.
"A Layered Account of the Ways in Which Multiracial Identity is Communicated Within Interpersonal Relationships,"
Gettysburg Social Sciences Review: Vol. 2:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/gssr/vol2/iss1/4