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Interracial Relationships Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

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June 1, 2016 by The ReadyWriter


1310758452-76We are seeing more and more interracial relationships today then ever before, which asks the question: are more black women open to dating and marrying outside of their race for financial security and stability? Does a white man have more to offer? Or is this a media influence to destroy the images that love between black men and women still exist?

Dating and marrying outside of one’s race was historically a taboo in the United States. It was formally declared legal in the United States of America in 1967, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the case of Loving vs. the state of Virginia. Since this case interracial unions has been fully legal in all U.S. states.

black women white man[11]History has continuously gone through paradigm shifts due to war, laws, new generations and social movements. Interracial relationships between black and whites have been in US history since the beginning of the Atlantic slave trade, however they have gradually moved to the forefront and became more prevalent and public through television and the media. We are seeing more interracial couples in television ads, in movies and in the media like never before.

Ads are powerful and programming is real!!! You remember the Cheerios commercial featuring an interracial family—a white mother, black father and their daughter? Yeah well that ad stirred up some racist controversy.

Tune in tonight at 6:30 p.m. for “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio, as I explore interracial relationships in 2016. We will be entertaining your comments on this subject in our studios at 1-917-889-7872. Don’t forget to press “1” to speak with the host.

The “Conversation link” in this post makes it possible to access the show. 

In the meantime sound off here and I’ll see you on the air!!

 

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22 thoughts on “Interracial Relationships Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Mrs. says:

    I love my black men. PERIOD!!!

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  2. Bobby says:

    Two eache his own I say.

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  3. Angelhair says:

    We can’t control who we fall in love with black or white. *_*

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  4. BBallen says:

    Love is love unfortunately some people see color. with that being said I would neva step outside of a sistah./ as in the black woman

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  5. AlScream says:

    Sup Fam….Trace gon make us deal with this. 🙂

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  6. Civil says:

    It’s amazing how our ancestors got they ass whopped and sometimes killed behind looking at a white woman and these black NBA playaz marry these thirsty ho’s like it’s a faded memory of the past. SmDh….yea Trace I wanna hear this. and please let us know the marriage rate amongst black couples. thank u

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  7. Miss Ang says:

    a man is a man I don’t care what damn color he is. 😛

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    • AppleBottom says:

      a man is a man I don’t care what damn color he is.
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      Now this is true but a person’s preference is something different all the same.

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  8. Princess says:

    I think we need to break down barriers and negative stereotypes about black on black love people.

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  9. Adam says:

    I think that people need to e more open and accepting to interracial relationships. The 1st interracial kiss was on star trek wonder if Trace knew that?

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    • 2Thick4U says:

      PALEASE @Adam!!!
      Star Trek, is one of the less relevant examples of interracial mixing and relationships. The reality that imaging was real was in ads and on television for me was that cheerios commercial. O_o

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  10. 2Thick4U says:

    Awesome topic Tracy!

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  11. Acquitta says:

    Tuning in I would date outside my race if it was all in the name of love

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  12. AppleBottom says:

    Love this topic. O_o I dated outside my race. I experimented a few years back but a sista came back home. 😛 so no Mr. White ain’t necessarily RIGHT!

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