We are a space for critical thinking, storytelling, and challenging societal norms that make us feel othered.

We are a place of belonging and growth.
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Meetup Attendee
What are TMS Meetups?
The Mixed Space’s monthly meetups are a portal into the future, facilitating a transformative experience for mixed, multicultural, multiethnic, multi-lingual and multi-continental individuals needing more community. Every month, our heart-centered space offers a place to unpack and/or share the stories that bring to life what makes us different.

At the meetup, storytelling helps our community feel truly uplifted, supported, and validated. It is a brave space where we make the world a more inclusive and better place.

If you identify as intersectional, mixed identity, an ally, advocate, or a multidimensional human being, the space is for YOU. We encourage all our attendees to bring stories, experiences, and expertise to each meetup.
September 13, 2022 @7 p.m. EST on Zoom
Class & the Meaning of Success
For generations, we’ve been told to pull ourselves up from our bootstraps in order to fulfill the “American Dream.” At times, the ability to pass on generational wealth has felt like a myth for our communities as we navigate unavoidable capitalistic systems to find economic freedom.
This month, we’re exploring our perceptions of class and its effect on our familial relationships. What happens when these capitalistic systems penetrate our unique family structures?
family values



How do differing visions of class,
career, etc affect your family?

How have perspectives on achieving
success shifted throughout generations?

How do we navigate family relations in a society that places more
importance on financial success than on cultural values?


Join our Monthly Meetup!

    By joining our audio-video call
    TMS Meetups Booklet
    Follow along with our meetup by downloading this booklet
    This is where you’ll find our Community Guidelines, and Maria P. P. Root’s Bill of Rights for People of Mixed Heritage and Multiracial Oath of Responsibility. We lean on this language as a pillar to create safe spaces for critical conversation.
    Community Guidelines
    Upcoming TMS Meetups
    How to Prepare & What
    to Expect
    at the Meetups
    All meetups will take place on a scheduled Tuesday of every month from 7-9 p.m. EST on Zoom. A link will be available once you have RSVP’d to the meetup.

    Come prepared, and show up in style to the meetup by downloading our booklet and TMS-themed Zoom backgrounds. We’d love to see your face: turning your camera on is encouraged but not a must. We are happy you’re here, so come as you are!

    We encourage all our attendees to bring stories, experiences, and expertise to each monthly topic. Keeping our community guidelines in mind and practice, the meetup space is for YOU.
    Download our Zoom backgrounds!
    Meetup Whiteboard
    Watch in real time how our community whiteboard is built on Zoom.

    We invite all attendees to contribute to the board.

    The whiteboard is used as a space for TMS members to share their takeaways from the meetup, name the commitments we pledge to make, and a space where people can have fun and draw whatever resonated with them at the event.

    As an inclusive space, we are mindful to narrate the community efforts on the whiteboard, especially for those who are visually impaired.
    “Thank you for creating a space for such important discussion. It was an honor to hear everyone’s stories!”
    “Today was the first time I’ve ever attended a Mixed Space meeting but I think what you guys have created and what you enable is incredible, thank you so much for the meeting today. I learned a lot and am really looking forward to more!”
    “I really, really love the energy established by TMS.”
    ​​Our suggested ticket price is $10 per person. For all of you who pay more, thank you so much. You are creating an opportunity for us to stay sustainable and accessible. We really appreciate your support. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.