What??? He is Black/White/Hispanic?
Helloz from Ria everyone!
There was a story in the paper last week about a man who is charged with masterminding the contract killing of his daughter-in-law. The twist to this story is the alleged hit appears to be racially motivated – the father-in-law is from India and the daughter-in-law was African-American. (Here’s the full story.)
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So it just got me thinking: Do today’s parents accept interracial dating? Is it a big deal to bring home somebody not of your race?
If you don’t approve of persons from certain races, how are you letting your teens or kids know this? Is it through subtle messages or are they outright forbidden?
And at the very end, what is that can make parents so afraid of their kids dating outside their own race? Is it a social stigma that exists, or is the prejudice of their own times that takes over and cloaks judgment?
Can love be binded by color? Or it’s simply a matter of “No Guts no Glory?᾿ ie if you don’t attempt it you wont get it?
What you all think about that? Would you and your immediate cycle of friends and family allow their kids to date outside their race?
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