Deb Smyre's Diversity Page
Association of MultiEthnic Americans (AMEA), headed by Ramona Douglass, President. Read the Testimony of AMEA and Carlos A. Fernández before the Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington D.C. on July 25, 1997.
Interracial Voice, my favorite online magazine for interracial individuals and families. An impressive list of additional websites of interest to the interracial community, courtesy of Charles Byrd, Editor.
Karen Downing's Home Page. Karen is Coordinator of Academic Outreach at the University of Michigan Undergraduate Library. Karen's Home Page features sections on "My Interracial Family" and "Resources By And About Interracial & Multicultural People."
HAPA Issues Forum Home Page, with issues of interest to those of partial Asian ancestry.
CLNET Diversity Page.An extensive listing of gophers, listservs and WWW sites for multicultural resources on the net.
Deb Smyre's Cohousing Info Page. We're on a new adventure! Visit our house at Eno Commons cohousing community in Durham, North Carolina. What is cohousing? For the answer, visit The Cohousing Network.
INTERracialWeb.com by Deb Brown, devoted to interracial singles and families.
Multicultural Studies A list of selected Asian, Latino and Native American resources on the Web.
"Race - not a stark proposition" by Roger Hernandez, an article which discusses the new "Multiracial" category on the U.S. Census for the year 2000, and "Beyond a Black and White America" which speaks of the need to recognize all ethnic diversity - not just black and white.
Multiculturalism, Racism, Ethnicity An extensive catalog of literature about race and ethnicity, both on the net and in print.
American Studies Web , Race and Ethnicity topics related to my Social Work studies.
PlanetOut, featuring NetQueery with numerous links to sites by, for and about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.
Interrace Magazine. Preview the latest edition here online, and order a sample copy.
Soc.Couples.Intercultural Home Page. This page serves as a repository for information about the USENET newsgroup. Soc.couples.intercultural is an unmoderated USENET newsgroup where people involved in, or who are interested in, intercultural and interracial relationships discuss issues pertaining to those relationships.
Interrace Haven. It's not just a website -- It's a Community!
What Is Bi-Racial Identity? This site was created for TF4021, Sociology of Education, taught by Professor Gary Natriello at Teachers College of Columbia University.
My Shoes. A support group in cyberspace for multiracial children, adolescents and adults who have a white appearance, hosted by clinical psychologist Dr. Juanita Brooks .
"Interracial Individuals" mailing list can be accessed by writing 'subscribe ii-list' in the body of a message e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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