About Us

HypheNation helps Americans talk about race, ethnicity, and personal identity. Using media, conversation, and collaboration, we bring socio-racial identity in America to the forefront of people’s consciousness.

How HypheNation do this?

"You don't know my struggles, please stop telling me to 'check my privilege'."
“You don’t know my struggles, please stop telling me to ‘check my privilege’.”

HypheNation offers the following:

    • Workshops, presentations, and readings tailored to various niche sectors of American society, helping them recognize, acknowledge, and develop their socio-racial identity, even (especially) if they think they don’t have one. We specialize in facilitating this conversation for racial justice oriented folks who feel like in conversations about race, you always have to be on the outside looking in, and keeping your opinions to yourself.
Books where "intersecting identities" are discussed, like Thoughts From a Unicorn: 100% Black, 100%Books where "intersecting identities" are discussed, like Thoughts From a Unicorn: 100% Black, 100% Jewish, 0% Safe Jewish, 0% Safe
Books with “intersecting identities,” like Thoughts From A Unicorn: 100% Black. 100% Jewish. 0% Safe.
  • Events, workshops, and conferences relating to safe identity building for children in interracial families, and an open place for parents to discuss and work with one another and experts to alleviate their own concerns

    Identity building for children to grow into healthy adults

All of our content creation and workshop development is done on a volunteer basis by professionals in their fields. HypheNation’s expert facilitators and presenters are available for racial dialogue and diversity initiatives, tailored to your budget. Your participation or contribution will help generate workshops, enable mentorship relationships to develop, facilitate the development of more services and products, and inch a little closer to a post-racial but ethnicity-respectful America. If you are interested in interning or volunteering with HypheNation, please contact us using the form below.

If you would like to participate in any other way, please contact hyphenation at swirl-magazine dot com.

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