Parham (1989) defines race based identity as a changing process too in which anger towards the injustice of the past is how everything starts out for the African American individual, followed by developing a positive frame of reference for self. Even in the positive frame of reference there are conflicts of identity as they are constantly transforming (Parham, 1989). Starting with a focal point of race and culture, there is a deviation as many streams of culture are created. For example, in ‘Visualizing Race’ Michelle Norris (2013) talks about the changing faces of identity and race where individuals that are biracial are seen to be conflicted when asked to check a box on race or ethnicity for governmental reasons or otherwise. Most of the individuals are biracial or have many races in their ancestry. They are often brought up with cultural imbibitions from different points of origin. They are conflicted as they don’t want to just check off on one of the boxes as they understand themselves to embrace multi-cultures and races. This is in accordance with the arguments of Chavez and DeBrito (1999) who recited existing literature on how racial unawareness, leads to awareness and then to multicultural understanding and acceptance.