The number of interracial marriages in the United States has had a drastic increase since the earlier years, but for some reason black-white marriages tend to be the most controversial in the public eye.
Americans are more willing to accept white-Hispanic or white-Asian marriages because of the similarities in skin color and social status.
For someone born in the 1980’s like myself, I find it very difficult to image the possibility of going to jail simply for dating someone with different colored skin.
The idea of interracial dating being that taboo and illegal is hard to imagine for someone like such as myself living in such a diverse city like Los Angeles. Or has the notion of interracial dating evolved like our societies and culture have over time?
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It is also the purpose to study how people of mixed races (Black, Asian, Hispanic/Latino) view interracial relationships based on their own personal culture and family influences. But that was not always the case for the Baby Boomer generation (those born between 19).Baby Boomers grew up in an era where interracial relationships were still illegal. S Supreme court ruled laws against miscegenation unconstitutional (Schripper).With the United States being one of the most diverse nations in the world, the Millennial generation has become a pioneer for breaking the interracial dating stigma. In a poll conducted in 2010, it was found that interracial marriages counted for 8.