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Interracial couples in U.S. at all-time high

Interracial Marriages On All Time High

The number of interracial couples in the United States has reached an all-time high, with one in every 10 American opposite-sex married couples saying they're of mixed races, according to the most recent Census data released Wednesday.


As interracial marriage grows, so does acceptance

As the number of interracial marriages in the U.S. continues to rise, so does Americans’ acceptance of them, a new Pew Research Center report finds.


Dating Race

I'm Asian with shimmering, slick black hair, light chocolate eyes, full, pouty lips, vanilla complexion and a slender build. Since you don’t know any differently, I’m a hot Asian chick. (smiley face) Let’s leave it at that and move on to the point I’m trying to make -- the fact that most people see that and nothing else. That race sometimes becomes the primary factor for selecting relationships. It seems more often than not, an Asian will seek a non-Asian.


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.


Justice Who Refused Marriage Quits

A Louisiana justice of the peace who refused to marry a couple because the bride was white and groom was black has resigned.


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