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And this isn’t me just hating: a recent Pew Research Study revealed that only a puny 43% of black men marry, and of that percentage, 22% of them marry non-black women.
Yet these men are still celebrated and welcomed into the fold, we black women will protect and defend them to the death, but when a black woman does that same, then it means we hate ourselves?
(to be released February 2012), and runs a blog, dedicated to women of color who are interested and or involved in interracial and intercultural relationships.
She is also the founder and organizer of “No Wedding, No Womb,” an initiative to find solutions to the 72 percent out-of-wedlock rate in the black community.
Only 3 percent of couples in the country had intermarried at the time of the ruling, but by 2015, 17 percent of newlyweds in the U. had a spouse from a different racial background, according to U. Census Bureau data reviewed by the Pew Research Center in a report released Wednesday.
The increase is the highest it has ever been, with interracial marriages of black people nearly tripling from 5 percent to 18 percent since 1980.
For all its pomp and circumstance, the United Kingdom’s record is no better than ours, and hoping for a diverse heir to the throne won’t do a damn thing to solve it. K.’s rampant xenophobia led to Brexit, and that the country has experienced a rise in racist hate crimes since the vote.
We wallow in the pageantry, the quaint customs, the bold gowns and over-the-top elegance.
Markle, a divorced biracial American television star, will be the first women of color to be married to a living heir to the British throne.
While that’s a remarkable feat, some folks have inflated its significance beyond reason.
We must assess our current political climate head on and recognize that these hopeful moments won’t carry much weight until we address the big racist elephant in the room.
Until then, enjoy the wedding, but don’t jump too far over the broom.