Interracial Marriage Still Rising, But Not As Fast

Interracial marriage still rising, but not as fast

Melting pot or racial divide? The growth of interracial marriages is slowing among U.S.-born Hispanics and Asians. Still, blacks are substantially more likely than before to marry whites. United States - Interracial marriage - Hispanic - Asian people - relationship

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