AMEA: Useful Links
This is a collection of links of interest to multiethnic people and families. AMEA does not regularly review the content of these Web sites and is not responsible for their content. If you have suggested sites, e-mail your suggestions to info@AMEAsite.org or fill out the form at the bottom of this page
Ameriasian School of Okinawa - AASO's objective is a multicultural education. It was established in the hope of allowing AmerAsian children grow up with confidence and pride as full members of Okinawan society.
Biracialbabies is an Online Christian outreach for Interracial families, "a support group where you can find love, support, people of like mind and a wealth of information. Come and be blessed."
CSWAC - Center for the Study of White American Culture. Heinz 57 American? Multiracial/ethnic and part EuroAmerican? check this out
Cynthia's Homepage - children's books with interracial themes
endthehate.com - A support site for UCSD in San Diego for students to express themselves on social injustices, discrimination and hate-crimes, looking for solutions for more tolerance, and to evolve more love into our world.
Eyes of Glory - This site presents multi ethnic and racial families as part of early American history.
Human Family Gathering - May help multiethnic families find affirmation and recognition in the world community, and help bring unity in our families and communities.
IFSA of Dallas/Ft.Worth - local support group
JACL - Japanese American Citizens League
Karen Downing's Home Page - includes a good periodical bibliography
LatinoLink - items covering multiracial/ethnic issues
LULAC - League of United Latin American Citizens
MAC of Minneapolis, Minnesota - local support group
MALDEF - Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund
MASALA - Univ.of Colorado, Boulder
MASC - Multiracial Americans of Southern California
MAVIN - Home page of a print magazine devoted to the mixed race experience, edited by Matthew Kelley
Mixed Initiative - Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Multimerica.com is an on-line magazine that a couple created as a gift to their bi-racial daughter. Multimerica celebrates diversity and our hope is that it will inspire people to transcend all societal boundaries.
Multiethnics of Southern Arizona In Celebration (MOSAIC) - local group, Tucson AZ.
Contact: Levonne Gaddy
The Multiracial Activist (TMA) is an activist journal covering civil liberties issues of interest to biracial/multiracial individuals, interracial couples/families and transracial adoptees.
Multiracial Family Group of Western Massachusetts - local support group
Multiracial Family Circle (MFC) - Kansas City, MO - local support group
Contact Kevin Barber
NAACP - Nation's oldest civil rights organization
NCLR - National Council of La Raza
Of Many Colors - a collection of photos and text about multiracial families, now touring and being published
OCMA - Oregon Council on Multiracial Affairs
Rhode Island Multiracial Exchange (RIME) - local group
Contact: Linda Mahdesian
Maria P. P. Root, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist in Seattle, WA is the leading published authority in the nation on the developmental and social issues raised by the "biracial baby boom."
SMHAC - Students of Mixed Heritage at Amherst College, Amherst MA
Soma Mestizo - a musical group considered 4th world vodoo; a harmonious merging of many perspectives. The mixed heritage singer/songwriter of the group works to transform and defy stereotypes.
SPLC - Southern Poverty Law Center, headed by attorney Morris Dees; a nonprofit organization that combats hate, intolerance and discrimination through education and litigation located in Montgomery, Alabama.
United Religions - effort to develop the religious equivalent of the United Nations