This list popped into my mailbox, and I asked Ken Tenabe, founder of, if I could post it. Of course, he said. Enjoy!

Looking for great meaningful gifts that support the multiethnic
community? recommends:

Loving Day T-Shirts:
Great for starting conversations, and to show support Loving Day all

Loving Day General Store:
NEW: ornaments, cases for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Blackberry, and
Samsung Galaxy. Also, baby clothes, stickers, pins, mugs, postage
stamps, and even skateboards! A portion of every purchase benefits
Loving Day.

Photo Portrait Books by Kip Fulbeck:
His work earned him the Loving Prize in 2009. More recently, he
presented at Museum of Chinese in America with Loving Day and Brooklyn
Historical Society. Buy with the links below and a percentage goes to
support Loving Day.
“Part Asian, 100% Hapa” –
Mixed: Portraits of Multiracial Kids” –

“The Girl Who Fell From The Sky” by Heidi Durrow
A New York Times bestseller from a co-host of the Mixed Roots Film and
Literary Festival (the largest Loving Day Celebration on the West
Coast). Buy with the links below and a percentage goes to support
Loving Day.

“One Big Hapa Family” by Jeff Chiba Stearns:
The film was featured on PBS and screened at Columbia
University at an event co-sponsored by Loving Day.

“Multiracial Child Resource Book” from MAVIN Foundation:
An excellent resource from an important community organization (also a
long-time Loving Day host, supporter, and collaborator).

“Kissing Outside the Lines” by Diane Farr:
She’s an actress on “Rescue Me” and “Numb3rs,” and is a host on
“Loveline. ” She spoke with Loving Day at Barnes and Noble in New York
about her own experiences with multicultural marriage.