Pros And Cons Of Interracial Marriage

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Interracial marriage is when two people from different ethnic groups get married. Actually, interracial marriage is much more suggested because the two couples get to know each other and get to know each other’s culture and traditions. This makes the two of them unique, but what makes interracial marriage looked down by many people is racism.
Racism is a strong force, but it only took a few years to break down the barriers between people based on their skin color. In a simpler way, we can say that interracial marriage is a significant way of stopping hatred and prejudice. About 14.6 percent of newly married couples reported in 2008 that they married outside their race or ethnicity, according to the Pew report released on Friday. In 1980, about
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She wrote, “I could not be happier! I love him for the man that he is, and I’m truly grateful for having him in my life, Love is colorblind.” (96). By this source this explains that there are quite a few people who agree with interracial marriage and support it, but they are still many others who prefer their own ethnic groups due to their beliefs and views. In the words of [Guest]: “I care what race the woman I date are, I am a white male. I date only white females. Sure there are attractive women in other races but I stick with my own. It’s America land of the free.”
However in my opinion, I wouldn’t mind at all marrying someone from any other ethnic group as long as she is worthy and the right person for me then no matter where is doesn’t matter. It would actually be really beneficial for the both of us as we can get to learn each other’s cultures which can help me learn many things from her, rather than marrying someone from the same ethnic group as I am. Interracial marriage is growing in the 21st century and many prefer to intermarry other ethnic groups. Of the 3.6 million adults who got married in 2013, 58% of American Indians, 28% of Asians, 19% of blacks and 7% of whites have a spouse whose race was different from their own. (“Interracial marriages,” retrieved Nov 29,

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