We have testified before Congressional Subcommittees five times at their request.
We have worked with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Census Bureau, and other governmental agencies to have forms accommodate multiracial people.
We worked with 14 states to add a multiracial classification to forms.
We work with school districts, medical facilities, and local agencies to utilize a multiracial classification.
We hold bone marrow donor drives for multiracial children with blood diseases. We also advocate for cord blood storage.
We established Multiracial Heritage Week in 2014 and have grown it over the years.
We are the only national organization fighting for the civil rights of the biracial and multiracial population.
We support interracial families and the multiracial community.
We publish a popular blog to keep people aware of the status of the multiracial population.
We have consulted on films and documentaries produced about multiracial people.