News21 interviews multiracial Americans to learn of their struggle to live in a society that seeks to label them based on the color of their skin.

The New Voters

Just 40 years after rioters took to the streets of Chicago displaying their anger over the death of Martin Luther King Jr., Barack Hussein Obama stood before thousands of jubilant supporters in the city’s Grant Park and became the first non-white male to claim victory in a U.S. presidential election.

The country had changed. This summer, 12 University of Maryland journalism fellows probed what they came to see as the fastest-growing and least understood sets of voters -- Latinos, mixed-race and youth -- to find out how.

Their work is the story of these new voters, and how they’ll transform American politics.