Resources for Families of Color

One MI – Organization Network for Equity Mercer Island

Education Coalition for Asian American Representation (ECAAR) – Mercer Island High School club that was formed with the goal of educating the public on Asian American history.

Families of Color Seattle – a non-profit organization that connects parents to build a loving community of families of color. 

Resource for Healing Racial Trauma

MIHS Student Group on Race Relations – Student Group on Race Relations (SGORR) aims to uplift minority voices and address racism, micro-aggressions, and more in our high school. We connect with various culture-based clubs at the high school and allow students to create committees on what they are passionate about. Members can address anything ranging from better lessons on anti-Semitism to more comprehensive curriculum on the Civil Rights movement.

Adoptive Parents of Color Collaborative – a project of PACT, an adoption alliance, is working to uplift the voices, values and experience of adoptive parents of color.


Northwest African American Museum   

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience  

Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center   

Holocaust Center for Humanity  

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