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Interracial Resources

Fiction and non-fiction resources on topics relating to interracial people and relationships.


This is curated short list of websites that may help with research about mixed race topics.

  • Critical Mixed Race Studies Association - the Critical Mixed Race Studies (CMRS) Association is a collective of scholars, artists, community activists, clinicians, and students whose work analyzes and critiques social, cultural, and political institutions based on dominant conceptions of race. The membership association organizes conferences, publishes a journal, gives book talks, and cultivates research by and about mixed race people.
  • Mixed@Michigan - a student group at the University of Michigan.
  • Mixed Race Studies - Mixed Race Studies ( is a non-commercial website created by Steven F. Riley that provides a gateway to interdisciplinary (sociology, psychology, history, law, anthropology, etc.) English language scholarship about the relevant issues surrounding the topic of multiracialism. 
  • Loving Day - Loving Day is a community project supported by volunteers. Their mission is to steward a shared Loving Day tradition as a way to fight racism through education, create visibility, and build community. They gather resources, including maps and statistics on historical laws pertaining to interracial marriage.

Blogs and Podcasts

This is a curated list of podcasts and blogs about mixed races experiences.

  • The Mixed Experience - produced by author Heidi Durrow, The Mixed Experience includes stories, interviews, and conversations about lived experiences related to mixed race identity.

Internet Resources - General