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The reception had traditional white American dances, plus Mexican in the mix. I wish it were faster." One commenter echoed a common view among the Millennial Generation, found in an earlier study this year from the Pew Center that reported 85 percent of 19- to 28-year-olds accept interracial and interethnic relationships. "But one thing the article does not mention is divorce among interracial couples is much higher than same-race couples. It is easier to marry your own kind." Reader Toadlife wrote that racial discrimination can also be difficult.
It was a wonderful wedding." One reader identified only as Guest said he won't date outside his race. Challenges in understanding, family relations and pressures overall are higher. "Race matters because racial discrimination continues to happen all around us to this day.
I am so used to dating outside of my race that I don't even date men of my race simply because I am not attracted to them.
The racism that some people show on here is truly sad.
We are expecting our first child -- a boy -- in September." Another couple talked about their wedding ceremony, which celebrated their cultural differences. If you're opposed to it, get with the times already!
ask an Apache or Navaho or black American if they are happy to live in a society dominated by white people.
The indigenous were here for many thousands of years before the Europeans destroyed the culture and lands of the indigenous almost worldwide," wrote hotepk. What must happen is either they go back to Europe or pay restitution -- like any other convict guilty of a crime -- otherwise there will continue to be struggle." Ndngirl2010 responded: @hotepk--I am full blooded Navajo and I'm fine with living alongside whites and get this --*gasp*-- I married one!
Long after this ruling, interracial couples were still harassed and discriminated against.