Bet You Didn't Know!
Blurred Racial Lines of Famous Families
Think you can't get any whiter than Heather Locklear? Think again! Check
out PBS' Frontline website devoted to the blurry racial
backgrounds of several famous American and European families.
Amy Hill's Delicious Home Page
Amy Hill, America's most talented (and funny) Amerasian actor now has a
home page! Very entertaining and thought-provoking--read her thoughts
Islander men! (I've been there, Amy.....)
Worse Than Murder
Those fun-loving folks at National Alliance think that
we're the result of efforts to exterminate the "white race".
Guess we're responsible for El Niña as well....
Bet you didn't know it, but according to National Alliance we're
just one of the many reasons America is going down the tubes. According
to them, we're "darlings of the media". If they only knew....
The World of Lily Wong
So just what is life like for an interracial couple in Hong Kong at
the end of the millenium? Funny! Check it out....
Looking for articles about the Asian multi-racial experience? Visit Asian-American Village's
Family & Lifestyles
site. How can you pass up an article called
Defense (and Celebration) of Mutts?
Don't You Dare
List Them as 'Other' (U.S. News & World Report)
Look ma--we made it on national news!
Kip is a film maker who explores the intricacies and emotions of growing
up hapa in America. Nice web site too...
OF MANY COLORS:
Portraits of Multiracial Families
A traveling photo-text exhibit illustrating just how diverse multi-racial
families can be. The book will be available November 1997.
A *must* see for anyone interested in interracial issues, race issues,
and just plain human issues. The story of a African-American/white woman
raised by a black family because she looked "too black" to be raised by
her white mother. This show said it all.
Mardi Gras Indians
Think that interracialism is a 20th-Century thing? Guess again. This
photdocumentary illustrates a 100-year old African-American/Native American
ritual performed during Mardi Gras. Too beautiful for words....
Marriage -- Hollywood's Version
Nifty little overview on how interracial relations have been portrayed by
Representation of Interracial Relationships
Focusing on media's views of Asian/white relationships, what's of
particular interest is the discussion of media's inability to portray
Asian males as anything more than sexless caricatures.
Want to read a very touching account of how one man found love in Japan? Go visit Al Albertson's A
Japanese/American Marriage Lasting 47 Years. It wasn't easy for American servicemen who dared to marry one of "the natives".
Feelin' a little politically feisty? Then visit the Multiracial
Activist! Good site for you political animals...
Allen Steadham's excellent resource for other links about
interracial/multiracial issues. Check out the guestbook!
Debbie Brown's heartfelt look at the interracial experience. Lovely to
Want to contribute to science? Or just make a quick $10 with the
possibility of winning a $100 savings bond? Karen and Pata Suyemoto are
looking for Amerasians to participate in their
study. Visit their site for more details.
Lori Ono is looking for individuals who have a Japanese-American
parent AND a European-American parent for a dissertation study. E-mail Lori at
firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Discussion List ("II")
Want to read the thoughts of actual multiracial beings?
Join the discussion in II!
Looking for that special magazine for the multicultural
woman? Look no longer! Visit Métisse Magazine Online.
This site has gotten a lot of press recently. Want to see what the fuss is all about?
Then go to MAVIN directly--do not pass go!
Probably the most well-known mag on the web about interracial issues.
Pretty comprehensive and a good place to start.
Association for MultiEthnic
Did anyone think about organizing before the 1990s? Yes! AMEA
has been around since 1988 and promotes formation of
multiethnic/interracial groups at the
local level. Interested? Give them a look-see!
Interracial Family &
North Texas' only support and social services group serving interracial
families and couples. Join now!
Hapa Issues Forum
At last! A group devoted to hapa/Amerasian/Eurasian issues! News,
Self-Explanatory. Some groups even have e-mail addresses. Check it out.
A great, all-inclusive resource for those of Japanese ancestry living in the Americas. Check out the page "Dos and Don'ts of Japanese Culture in America"!
on Multiracial Category
The NAACP treads cautiously on this ground, but what it boils down to
(in their opinion) is that in the political arena, it's literally black or
Bill of Rights for
Racially Mixed People
At last! After years of putting up with people demanding that I explain
my ethnic background, it's nice to know there's others who decided not to
put up with it.
Join the advocates for multiracial children and adults in their
drive to have society accept our multiracial heritage. Of special
importance is their dedication in alerting us to the importance of the national bone marrow
donor program for those of multiethnic backgrounds.
of Shame" Provokes Look at Interracial Dating"
Read about the difficulties some students at Brown University had when
dating outside their race. It's not just a knee-jerk-white-racist-thang,
Bibliographies (Or: Books to Read)
Interracial Interactions Thread
Originally a list gathered by instructors for a class, it's a great list
of books and plays that deals with not only biracial people, but how people
react to others of another race.