Here’s a link to an interesting piece by Kyle A. Hill, dated June 1, 2011, that appeared in the Kaleazy website, which is a “multidisciplinary design firm,” regarding, guess what, which ethnic groups are supposedly most accepting of interracial marriages.
What’s the gist of this article? How accurate (or inaccurate) is it? Does it make any broad, sweeping generalizations?
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- Is it proven that interracial marriage benefits children (wiki.answers.com)
- Interracial Marriages Are More Common Than Ever (race.change.org)
- When the Supreme Court ruled in June 1967 that Virginia’s law penalizing interracial marriage could not stand, it was not changing the fundamental and enduring meaning of marriage: It was affirming it. It was upholding the integrity of marriage by protect (godandcheeseburgers.wordpress.com)
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- Intermarriage: It’s Not a Fetish (blogher.com)
- Interracial Crimes Can’t Be Colorblind (interrace.wordpress.com)
- Interracial Marriages: Success or Bust? (interrace.wordpress.com)
- Which Ethnic Groups are Most Accepting of Interracial Marriages? (interrace.wordpress.com)
- USA TODAY Poll Respondents Chart Racial Progress Since MLK (interrace.wordpress.com)