AMEA: The Association for MultiEthnic Americans has an extensive reading list with all kinds of books about the multiracial experience.
Coffee and Vanilla is a gorgeous and fabulous Euro-Caribbean blog featuring delicious food...and more (Marissa, Margot's adorable daughter, is featured on the Before and After page).
The Colors of Commitment is a site dedicated to social change. It sells the Colors of Commitment Writstband, with proceeds going to help the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer as well as HELPS Foster Care Agency.
Dolls Like Me: Has a huge selection of dolls of all races, including biracial and mixed.
Light Skinned-ed Girl: There is so much here. This is the site of Heidi, a writer who is half black and half Danish. The first thing that struck me when I found the site is the childhood photo of her...she's arresting. The site has lots of multiracial links, and a running blog of her thoughts and observations. She's very active in the multiracial community, including being the co-host of "Mixed Chicks Chat". Her observations are always thought provoking.
See my interview with Heidi.
MAViN Foundation is "the nation's leading organization that builds healthy communities that celebrate and empower mixed-heritage people and families."
Mixed Chicks Chat Hosted by Heidi Durrow and Fanshen Cox, this weekly podcast has interviews with many fascinating people active in the mixed community.
You can listen to my interview on Mixed Chicks Chat, and leave comments if you'd like to.
Mixed Child. This new site has lots of fun information, including a Bulletin Board, quotes from mixed celebrities, and stories of all different life experiences, from all types of people. You can check out the interview I did with Amina (she's fascinating!) at A Hairy Experience: Teri LaFlesh Uncovers Her Roots.
Mixed Heritage Center is a "clearinghouse of information relevant to the lives of people who are multiracial, multiethnic, transracially adopted, or otherwise affected by the intersection of race and culture".
The Multiracial Activist is "dedicated to the struggle for and preservation of civil rights for multiracial individuals and interracial couples/families". It includes lots of links to multiracial magazines and sites.
One Brown Girl has "postive messages, products, stories & adventures for the brown girl world". This site celebrates the brown girl experience across cultures, while encouraging free thinking.
The Topaz Club is a professional and social network of biracial/multiracial women who are of African descent. They embrace a mixed race identity, instead of the "one-drop rule" (so refreshing). They have interesting online discussions, and function as a support group, with members sometimes getting together in person.
Watermelon Sushi World is the blog of a creative and fun Hip Hapa woman Yayoi Lena Winfrey. She is very active in the mixed community, has a line of T-Shirts for us mixes, and is working on a film as well.
My cousin Johnny's band The Whiskey Riders : Okay, I'm totally biased, but my cousin Johnny Goebel is one talented guy. He's the one playing the banjo in this video (totally self-taught): Castle. You can also check them out on Facebook. Know that some of their themes and images are for adults only. They have sort of rock/country sound. Very mixed-esque (totally appropriate since he's mixed too). If you check them out, tell Johnny Hi from his cousin Teri.