Hello, I'm a PhD student at Simmons School of Social Work contacting you to provide information on my study in case there might be students who are interested. My research concerns racial identity. My website for the study is www.racetranscenders.com, and a brief description follows.
This study and site were created for individuals who are commonly ascribed to the black (or African American), biracial, mixed or multiracial identity groups, but who do not subscribe to any notion of race whatsoever. I am one such person. I am also a researcher seeking to provide a voice for you, if you feel you are a race transcender, to describe the factors and paths that led you to a non-racial sense of self. If you might be interested in talking with me about this opportunity, please review the information in the Race Transcendence Study tab and, if you meet the criteria, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss arranging an interview. View Thread
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