MiXDLife's guide to the internet
The world wide web is home to many wonderful (and some awful) resources for the mixed community. Here are some of our favorites!
Are Those Your Kids?: This blog chronicles one mama’s experience raising mixed kids. Bonus points for the amount of hair advice she offers!
Duke University’s Identity and Diversity Lab: Check this site for a wealth of research and articles on the mixed race experience.
MixedFamilyLife.com: This site offers tales about multiracial family & interracial marriage, tutorials on caring for curly hair, and tips for biracial/mixed hair and raising multiracial kids, plus recommendations for toys, books, etc.
My American Melting Pot: Described by creator Lori Tharps as "cultural, colorful, and controversial" conversation, visit this site for thought-provoking content
The Mixed Perspective: Mia and Robert share personal stories and discuss current events related to the mixed experience. They will make you think, and make you laugh - a lot.
Multiracial Family Man: Alex lines up lots of different of people and perspective to interview, and as a comedian by day, he’s pretty funny, too!
Both And: Leila and Beth, two biracial women, talk about multiracial issues in America and interview people in our community.
Mommies with Mixed Race Babies and Kids: In a sea of mom groups, this one is tailored to mixed families and offers an opportunity to ask real questions and get real answers.
The Multiracial Activist: Great group to join to learn about current events and mixed race issues from a political and sociological perspective.
Navigating Multiracial Motherhood One Day at a Time: This great, respectful group is hosted by Diedre Anthony of the aforementioned Are Those Your Kids? Blog.