Sitemap is a website for the benefit of mixed-race families, individuals and anyone who feels they have a multiracial identity and want to join us.

Our mission is to offer a view of the mixed-race experience, highlighting icons, film, books, poetry, parenting techniques, celebrities, real lives and much more.

Our online forums are a great place to meet others, ask questions, voice your opinions and keep in touch. Sign up for our monthly newsletter and delve into our pages.

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About Us: Our Aims and Objectives

NewbornHaving more than one 'parental' culture should be seen as an asset and welcomed by society as a step forward towards one nation living together in harmony.

Intermix aim to do the following:

  • To offer friendship,support, information and advice to mixed-race individuals, their families and carers, racially mixed couples and trans-racial adoptees.
  • To explore the mixed-race experience and to ensure that both mixed-race individuals, families and society at large have access to balanced and sensitive portrayals of racial duality.
  • To highlight the marginalisation and racism faced by mixed-race individuals and racially-mixed families living in the UK.
  • To help mixed-race individuals explore all of their heritage.
  • To bring mixed-race individuals together to explore the concept of racial identity.
  • To keep mixed-race individuals and other interested parties informed of mixed-race issues, events and social gatherings.
  • To promote a positive attitude between and towards mixed-race individuals, their families, racially-mixed couples and trans-racial adoptees.
  • To publish a regular newsletter, highlighting media coverage, members letters and any other relevant information on the mixed-race experience and the world at large.
  • To highlight the achievements of mixed-race individuals in society.

Intermix is a learning organisation because:

  • There is a need for mixed-race individuals to learn as much as possible about themselves and how they want to be perceived by society.
  • There is a need for parents of mixed-race children to understand the diverse cultural needs of their children and to try and find as much information as possible to help them provide their children with a balanced cultural upbringing.
  • There is a need to try and educate racially-mixed couples about the potential obstacles they may encounter when raising a mixed-race child.
  • There is a need for parents of mixed-race children who are isolated for whatever reason to feel that there is an organisation that can provide understanding, support and offer advice.
  • Intermix would like society to further understand that mixed-race individuals are an assimilation of more than one culture, being influenced as such means that they have needs that cannot be addressed entirely by any one community.

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