- consisting of, representing, or combining members of two separate racial groups: a biracial committee on neighborhood problems.
- having a biological mother from one racial group and a biological father from another: She's proudly biracial.
Origin of biracial
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Examples from the Web for biracial
Rather, a biracial coalition of interests saw busing as one of many tools in the fight for integration.When America Said "No" to the War on Segregation
February 4, 2014
The ex-Mad TV cast members came out proudly as biracial in the first episode of their show.
Is it because the biracial comedians seamlessly slip into the characters and skewer racial stereotypes?
The hot comedy duo talks to The Daily Beast about how to approach their jokes from a biracial standpoint.
Maybe he only won because he cut a sweet ad featuring his biracial son.The Rise of the New New Left
September 12, 2013
Of the rest, only sixty-one commands had invited local black leaders to participate in what were supposed to be biracial groups.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965
Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
- for, representing, or including members of two races, esp White and Black
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Word Origin and History for biracial
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