Frequently Asked Questions
How do you make your graphics? - Practice makes perfect. We do it in 3 major graphics programs. If an artist told you all their secrets then you'd take their job.

Why don't you have personal information? - Personal and Professional do not go well together. We would like to keep this strictly professional.

Do you offer free shirts? - We don't, but we can do graphics for free which can be more than a hundred dollar job. So, if you want to help some starving mixies out, please buy the shirts.

Are you a wholesale company? - No is not a wholesale company. Therefore, we cannot sell you items in bulk for a lower rate. However, we do offer packages of pins and magnets at bulk rate, let me know if interested in bulk pins or magnets because they are not listed on the site as they are not in demand.

How long will it take to receive my order? - It should only take up to 5-7 business days, or less, depending on where it is going.

Do you ship internationally? - Yes, Cafepress, the printer and shipper of the shirts, ships to most international locations. International orders may take up to 10 - 12 business days for delivery (2 business days process + 8-10 business days in transit).

I love this idea, how can I help promote you? - If you like our shirts, please forward your friends to our site or link to us from yours. Our marketing is less aggressive. It's all about word-of-mouth.

In July 2007, 2 more graphic artists will debut their mixed heritage designs at

Mixed Race Shirts first appeared on the internet in 2003, but was a private company, where the owner would sell her shirts to her family members and friends. Discovering Myspace in 2005, we drafted an idea on paper, about starting an online business. Myspace, one of the biggest social networks on the internet, was a place to start and venture off to other websites as well.

MixedRaceShirts has done so well, we bought the domain on May 27, 2007. If you have a myspace page, please link to us (MixedRaceShirts on Myspace). We are affiliated with Cafepress, which prints the shirts we design for.

Mixed Race Bill of Rights by Maria P.P. Root.
Not to justify my existence in this world.
Not to keep the races separate within me.
Not to be responsible for people's discomfort with my physical ambiguity.
Not to justify my ethnic legitimacy.

To identify myself differently than strangers expect me to identify.
To identify myself differently from how my parents identify me.
To identify myself differently from my brothers and sisters.
To identify myself differently in different situations.

To create a vocabulary to communicate about being multiracial.
To change my identity over my lifetime -- and more than once.
To have loyalties and identification with more than one group of people.
To freely choose whom I befriend and love.

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