Although the concept of interracial marriage most commonly brings to mind marriage between a black and white couple, interracial marriage has become increasingly common among couples of all races and ethnic groups.Along with many of their white counterparts, many other racial and ethnic groups have historically discouraged interracial marriage.African Americans were more accepted both by the law and by society’s views.According to Interracial Relationships: A Rundown of Issues the Supreme Court, “Ruled in 1967 that anti-miscegenation laws violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment” (Nittle).Given the relative scarcity of interracial relationships, sociologists have long sought to explain why they happen. "Interracial Marriage and Status-Caste Exchange in Canada and the United States." Ethnic and Racial Studies 36(1):75-96. When this happened to me, my heart was more than broken, i couldn't sleep, it was like the world was against me. I did really loved my man, i tried to hate him and erase him from my mind but it wasn't possible because our love together left footprint on my heart.That is, how and why do some couples overcome the substantial barriers to such unions? "I Wouldn't But You Can: Attitudes Toward Interracial Relationships." Social Science Research 41(2):343-358. He really meant alot to me and i never wanted to lose him.While the laws criminalizing interracial marriages no longer exist, there are still moral and religious ideologies that perceive marriage between racially diverse couples as unacceptable.
Nevertheless, racism still exists owing to the truth that it is still impossible to persuade the hearts of mankind in terms of racism, which leads to many people wondering how and when black and white racism will end in America.... However, the views began to change during the Civil Rights Movement.American society has made major strides in eliminating racial bias over the last 3 decades.This is especially true with regard to eliminating the racial prejudices that fostered the segregation of minorities to their own communities, businesses and social institutions.One strain of research argues that interracial marriages represent a form of “race-status exchange” in which the white partner leverages his or her “higher” racial status to attract a minority partner with higher education or income (as compared to the white partner’s education and income: Feliciano, Robnett, and Komaie 2009; Fu 2001; Gullickson 2006; Gullickson and Fu 2010; Hou and Myles 2013; Kalmijn 1993; Kalmijn 2010; Qian 1997). But I tried to make sure i get him back but He busied my calls, ignored my emails and texts.This is generally conceived of as a gendered exchange in which white women achieve upward mobility by marrying socioeconomically-advantaged minority men. And during this period, i was in depression but i never knew my relationship was gonna be restored and that same day, The day i will never forget [6TH OF JULY] when i watched on television, an African network station which published testimonies of many people across the world who were in problems and how one Africa Most Powerful Spell lord [LORD ESIENDO] did help them.