Multiracial People Value Positive Identification More Than Others

People are less likely to correctly identify a person as multiracial than a single-race person.

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The number of Americans identifying as multiracial is growing at a faster rate than the country's overall population growth.

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"Our research found that multiracial people expect positive interactions with people who accurately perceive their racial backgrounds because that affirms their self-perceptions," Remedios said in a statement.

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