Hispanic & Latina/o Links & Educational Resources
Association of MultiEthnic Americans, Inc. (AMEA) (www.ameasite.org)
Mavin Foundation (www.MavinFoundation.org)
Dr. M.P.P. Root (www.drmariaroot.com)
Azoulay, K.G. (1997). Black, Jewish, and interracial: It’s not the color of your skin, but the race
of your kin, and other myths about identity. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Brown, P.M. (1990). Biracial identity and social marginality. Child and adolescent social work, 7 (4), 319-37.
Camper, C. (Ed). (1994). Miscegenation blues: Voices of mixed-race women. Toronto, Canada: Sister Vision Press.
Cortes, C. E. (2000, March-April). The diversity within: Intermarriage, identity and campus community. About Campus, 5-10.
Funderberg, L. (1994). Black, white, other: Biracial Americans talk about race and identity. New York : William Morrow.
Helms, J.E. (1990). Black and white racial identity: Theory, research, and practice. New York: Greenwood Press.
Jones, N.A., & Smith, A.S. (2001). The two or more races population: 2000. Census 2000 Brief. Washington , DC: U.S. Census Bureau.
Jones, S.R., & McEwen, M.K. (2000). A conceptual model of multiple dimensions of identity. Journal of College Student Development, 41 (4), 405-14.
Kerwin, C. & Ponterotto, J.G. (1995). Biracial identity development: Theory and research. In J.G. Ponterotto, J.M. Casas, L.A. Suzuki, & C.M. Alexander (Eds.), Handbook of multicultural counseling (pp.199-217). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Minerbrook, S. (1996). Divided to the vein: A journey into race and family. New York: Harcourt Brace.
Pinderhughes, E. (1995). Biracial identity –Asset or handicap? In H.W. Harris, H.C. Blue, & E.E.H. Griffith (Eds.), Racial and ethic identity: Psychological development and creative expression (pp. 73-93). New York: Routledge.
Poston, C.W. (1990). “The biracial identity development model: A needed addition.” Journal of Counseling and Development, 69 , 152-155.
Renn, K. (2004). Mixed Race Students in College: The Ecology of Race, Identity, and Community. Albany : SUNY Press.
Rockquemore, K.A. & Brunsma, D.L. (2002). Beyond black: Biracial identity in America. Thousand Oaks , CA : Sage.
Root, M.P.P. (1992). Racially Mixed People in America. Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications.
Root, M.P.P., ed. (1996). The Multiracial Experience: Racial borders as the new frontier. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Root, M. P. P. (1997). Mixed race women. In N. Zack (Ed.), Sex/Race. New York: Routledge Press.
Root, M.P.P. & Kelley, M. (eds.). Multiracial Child Resource Book. Seattle: Mavin Foundation.
Sebring, D. (1985). Considerations in counseling interracial children. Journal of non-White Concerns in Personnel and Guidance, 13, 3-9.
Spickard, P.R. (1989). Mixed blood: Intermarriage and ethnic identity in twentieth-century America . Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Stuart, I.R., & Abt, L.E. (1973). Interracial marriage: Expectations and realities. New York: Grossman.
Tizard, B., & Phoenix, A. (1993). Black, white or mixed race? Race and racism in the lives of young people of mixed parentage. London: Routledge.
Wallace, K.R. (2001). Relative/outsider: The art and politics of identity among mixed heritage students. Westport , CT : Ablex.
Williams, G.H. (1995). Life on the color line: The true story of a white boy who discovered he was black. New York: Penguin Books.
Williamson, J. (1995). New People: Miscegenation and mulattoes in the United States. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
Wijeyesinghe, C.L. “Multiracial identity in a Monoracial world.” The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, 6(8), 16-17.
Zack, N. (1993). Race and mixed race. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Zack, N. (ed.) (1995). American Mixed Race. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.