While HypheNation seeks to be a resource for learning and education on many aspects of socio-racial identity and conversation, it is a mission far to great to undertake on our own. Our goal is to give readers the most comprehensive access to resources that help them develop all parts of themselves. An asterisk indicates a partnership or endorsement of a resource; otherwise, it is provided here for informational purposes only. If you have an organization or website that should be featured as a resource here, please use the contact form to inform us.
NYC Area (available nationwide)
For multi-racial families (biological and through adoption/fostering)
*HypheNation hosts classes and workshops for multiracial families, targeting the children’s identity development but forming a safe space for adults to explore the way their own race and culture affects their lives and familial interactions, and gain resources for being their child’s best support. A group workshop schedule will be listed soon. If you would like a one-on-one workshop with your family, please contact us directly. If you are outside of the NYC area and are interested in sponsoring a workshop in your area, please contact us. Please email classes at swirl-magazine dot com for more information, and check back regularly.
For African-American males
The Kings Compass (TKC) is a non-profit organization that seeks to empower African-American males in the Houston-area to understand their roles in society and to capitalize on the opportunities they have, in order to drastically impact their community.
On the Web
These websites will help you learn about race in America. Please comment below on the ones you find most helpful, and what they did for your mind.
Racialicious is a blog about the intersection of race and pop culture.
Colorlines is a daily news site where race matters, featuring award-winning investigative reporting and news analysis. Colorlines is published by Race Forward, a national organization that advances racial justice through research, media and practice.
Founded in 2008, under the leadership of Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., The Root provides smart, timely coverage of breaking news, thought-provoking commentary and gives voice to a changing, more diverse America.
Empowering Narratives: The Atlanta Blackstar was created to publish empowering narratives for all people of African descent and everyone who adheres to our culture.
A website/blog by Orthodox Jewish, African-American, biologically both, blogger MaNishtana.