Why the need for Color Club?

ColorQ's Color Club Page features stories of unions between of peoples of color. Liaisons between whites and other races are already featured in mainstream Western media. Scant attention is given to relations between non-white peoples. 

If you do a web search on interracial marriage, almost all the articles returned focus on intermarriage between whites and people of color, with almost no articles about intermarriage between people of color. The racial and sexual bias of some articles is also reflected in many articles' narrow focus on white man-woman of color relations. 

Although relations between whites and non-whites are important and certainly warrant media attention, the racial dynamics between various non-white groups are just as important for peace in the USA and the world. ColorQ wants to help negate this deficiency by dedicating a web page solely to stories of interactions between non-European peoples.

Current content features the history of mixed peoples. We will also include personal stories of individual "mutts" and other stories of interest if we receive submissions from contributors.

If you are interested in adding your experience and knowledge to this page, we would love to hear from you! Our content is only as rich and diverse as our contributors.


Disclaimer

Statements published at www.colorq.org are solely the opinions and perspectives of individual contributors. ColorQ does not endorse or take responsibility for any views expressed. ColorQ makes no representations or claims of any kind, express or implied, as to the accuracy or factuality of materials included on this site. ColorQ.org will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from the use of this site, or through email communication with ColorQ, including, but not limited to direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, and consequential damages.

Since part of the site's purpose is to provide a non-judgmental platform (as far as possible) for people of color and other minorities to air their ideas and problems, ColorQ sometimes posts contributions from sources that are not directly verifiable. ColorQ makes no claims about the truth or falsehood of any statement on www.colorq.org and its sub pages. Let the reader be aware that the materials on this site are meant to generate thought and discussion, and are not necessarily proven to be factual or current.

ColorQ reserves the right to not post any submission received. We will not post personal names or other personal identifying information. (unless the article is an informational piece about a historical personage and ColorQ deems it appropriate) ColorQ reserves the right to edit all submissions. By submitting an article or comments to ColorQ, you grant ColorQ.org a non-exclusive, royalty-free right to reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate and display this material on www.colorq.org or any other site that ColorQ may own.

This site may contain links to web sites maintained by other organizations, individuals, or companies. We provide these links solely for convenience, and do not endorse the contents or purposes of any site we link to. These linked sites are not under the control of ColorQ, and ColorQ is not responsible for the accuracy of information on such sites. ColorQ does not monitor or review the content of such third party sites and therefore advises you that your access by link to third-party sites is at your own risk.

ColorQ does not claim affiliation with sites we link to, nor do we claim any relationship with sites that might link to us. We do not necessarily have any knowledge of what other sites may link to www.colorq.org. ColorQ is not liable for any incidents arising from anyone accessing a 3rd party site by following a link from ColorQ or through communications with ColorQ editors.