New Faces in a Changing America: Multiracial Identity in the 21st Century examines multiracial identity largely from a sociological perspective. The editors, Loretta I. Winters and Herman L. DeBose, are both associate professors of sociology at California State University at Northridge. The book's 18 chapters, each written by a different author, are organized into five parts: "Race as a Social Construct," "The Multiracial Movement," "Racial/Ethnic Groups in America and Beyond," "Race, Gender, and Hierarchy," and "Special Topics." Concerning the intended audience, DeBose writes in the introduction, "The book is written primarily for an undergraduate college course, but may be used as a supplement text for graduate courses. It is written for classes on multiracial identity issues and may be used as a reference for professionals who serve large multiracial populations (e.g., school personnel, therapists, human resource specialists, government agents)."