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An online multimedia magazine dedicated to promoting creatives of color + celebrating our multiethnic & multicultural voices!


At Mixed Mag, we are always looking for new passionate members and contributors to join our team. 

If you’re looking to become a contributor, our email is always open! We can benefit from talents in any medium. Shoot your shot and let us know how you want to work with us!

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We wanted to connect artists of color and cultivate community online and in New York City, DC, & LA. 

uplift our voices

Mixed Mag was born out of our collective attempt to decolonize the magazine space and create a space where intersectional stories are celebrated.

creative release

Off-screen, we found ourselves always creating and looking for ways to express ourselves. 

Our founders

Mixed Mag was started in 2020 during the pandemic. Carolina Meurkens, Joana Meurkens, and Kimber Monroe teamed up to create a space where intersectional stories are celebrated and the possibilities for BIPOC creatives are limitless.

KImber Monroe

Director of Operations

Kimber (she/her) is a Black biracial actor and writer. She was born and raised in NYC and started her acting career at the age of 12. She currently resides in Los Angeles pursuing acting. She also serves as the TV/Film/Theater Editor. 

Carolina Meurkens


Carolina (she/her) is a writer, musician, and educator living in Washington, D.C. Her artistry is an exploration of her Brazilian-German intersectional identity and what it means to be a multiracial woman in today’s society. Carolina also serves as the Health/Sex/Wellness Editor.

Joana Meurkens

Creative Director

Joana (she/her) is a Brazilian- German photographer, writer and actor. She is a born and bred New Yorker who spends most of her time on the Q train making playlists. Now, Joana works as a Public Relations Coordinator at ON Running.  She also serves as the Music Editor.

Meet the rest of our team!

Mixed Mag is full of talented individuals who are devoted to making their sections as inclusive as possible. 

You can find more on our editors and other members by clicking here. 

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