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My parents weren't being racist (or at least not maliciously so): Their beliefs were shaped by the reality in which they were brought up, and the culture to which they'd immigrated.
They'd seen the challenges faced by people in mixed relationships, and they wanted my sister and me to have an easier life.
Things weren't easy for mixed couples in the 1970s, particularly among immigrant groups, where social networks were critical yet fragile, and most community support systems were contingent on "insider" versus "outsider" status. With last week marking the anniversary of Loving v.
Virginia, the landmark June 12, 1967 Supreme Court decision that upheld the right for men and women of different races to marry, it seemed like an appropriate time to explore that question.
Was I hired because there are no black women on staff? Presently, the question on my mind is this: All of my friends are getting married and I'm not. Statistics show that I am not the only black woman dealing with this situation.
Will I come off as an "angry black woman" if I speak candidly about this controversial topic? Black women between the ages of 25 and 29 are less likely to be married than other groups.
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Black women and Asian men should start marrying each other in droves. That's the issue that needs to be widely discussed and studied by social scientists.
I am not a social scientist, but I do have Asian friends.
“There is kind of a systemic racial bias pretty much in every dating site I’ve ever looked at,” notes Christian Rudder, co-founder of OKCupid and author of the dating statistics book Dataclysm.
“We found that 82 percent of non-black men have some bias against black women…