State, provincial and local organizations that are either non-profit or not-for-profit that promote or advocate on behalf of biracial and multiracial issues.

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Bruinou.com
A website for the mixed-race / Coloured / multiracial people of South Africa.
Harvard HAPA (Half-Asian Peoples' Association)
This campus based organization provides informal social, cultural, and intellectual interaction among multiracial members of the Harvard community who are of part-Asian ethnicity.
Intermix
A British organization offering support and resources for mixed-race individuals and families.
MAVIN Foundation
The Foundation publishes MAVIN magazine and the Multiracial Child Resource Book, and administers the MatchMaker Bone Marrow Project.
Mixed Student Union
Blog for the campus based organization that provides support for Asian Pacific Islanders of mixed heritage and promotes communities that value diversity.
MOST - Multiracial Organization of Students at Tufts
A campus based organization at Tufts supporting multiraciality and its associated issues, topics, and contentions.
Multiracial Americans of Southern California
Community organization that seeks to broaden self and public understanding of our interracial, multiethnic, and cross cultural society by facilitating interethnic dialogue and providing cultural, educational, and recreational activities.
People in Harmony
This non-profit organization promotes a positive experience of interracial life in Britain and challenges racism, prejudice and ignorance in society.
Project RACE
A national organization supporting the movement for a multiracial classification and advocating on behalf of multiracial, interracial, biracial children and adults everywhere
Swirl, Inc.
This organization provides support to mixed families, mixed individuals, transracial adoptees, and interracial/cultural couples through various social events, and educational lectures and discussions.
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