In the mix

These images are taken from Mix-d: uk, A Look at Mixed-Race Identities, a book of photographic portraits of British people of mixed race to be launched next week.

Mix-d: uk – A Look at Mixed-Race Identities
Mix-d: uk – A Look at Mixed-Race Identities

The book has been put together by social enterprise the Multiple Heritage Project, which provides information and training on mixed-race identity for schools and professional bodies.

Bradley Lincoln, the project's founder, said: "We want to challenge some of the outdated notions attached to this subject and move the discussion from ‘problematic' to ‘modern'."

Mixed race is the fastest-growing minority ethnic group in Britain, according to the 2001 UK census.

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