Biraciality" and here are Erica's words from her "about me" page:
Here on my blog you will read about my “Biracial Experience” and my opinion on controversial issues with being mixed. Race and racism did not become an acknowledged part of my life until my middle school year. I knew my father was white and my mother was black, and I was beautiful creation of the two somewhere in between. But that was okay, it made sense to my family and I . On the other hand my classmates were the ones who simply did not understand, that a lucky girl like me could have the best of both worlds!Please note that she did not solicit this post or ask me to review or post her blog. I just wanted to write about it and since this is my playground I can do what I want ;)
It's thought-provoking and reignited an examination on just how I self-identify and express myself, and hoped that it could help other people who may be struggling with their identities as well. We're all in it together!