2. Work the Range
If your kids want to identify with one race one day, and another the next, let them. Being biracial, after all, is exactly that—it literally means being a part of two races. When and how they want to identify with either one, is really up to them—as long as both (or more) races are getting “air time”.
3. Know Your Roots
A great way to instill pride in any child, biracial or not, is by teaching them about their heritage. In the case of raising biracial children, however, since there are multiple races, there are also multiple histories—leaving your child with a rich, mixed cultural background, replete with heroes, triumphs and legacies on both sides.