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This is something I have experienced for years, as I have dated men from other races and have a 4-year-old son as a result. But the most controversial pair seemed to be the African American and white couples, according to participants’ comments.
Since the 2000 census there has been a 15 percent surge in interracial dating, according to Wilfredo Cruz, associate professor in the humanities, history and social sciences department at Columbia College Chicago. “This is dangerous,” said Tabielle Matthews as she pointed to the African American and white couple’s pictures.
She still remembers her family asking if Andrew was the bartender or a family photographer. Do race and ethnicity matter when it comes to marriage? The report released Friday, which interviewed couples married for less than a year, found racial lines are blurring as more people choose to marry outside their race.
The couple married last August, and her Indian family has warmed up to her husband despite their racial differences. Apparently, race is mattering less these days, say researchers at the Pew Research Center, who report that nearly one out of seven new marriages in the U. "From what we can tell, this is the highest [percentage of interracial marriage] it has ever been," said Jeffrey Passel, a senior demographer for the Pew Research Center.
“We are breaking barriers and are seeing more of this,” Cruz said. Matthews, a 21-year-old biracial woman, added, black women are often portrayed as sex symbols and are the most unappreciated women in America. Cruz said black and white couples typically involve some kind of exchange.