Effects of interracial dating
Even though interracial marriages can have positive effects, there are numerous negative effects as well.
Such as, racial discrimination between different races and people displaying ignorance towards couples. ...n may lead to greater success of these marriages (Dunleavy 22).
For example, in public restaurants and in public facilities, interracial couples may rece... This shows that this generation has the opportunity to push for what is right and equal.
Let us not judge interracial marriages based on their looks and cultural differences, but embrace them.
In 1991 a Gallop Poll found that, for the first time, more people in the United States approved of interracial marriages (48%) then disapproved (42%).6 Also the number of interracially married couples in the United States has gone from 150,000 couples in 1970 to 1.1 million in 1994 and the number of children born out of interracial marriages jumped from 460,300 in 1970 to 1.9 million in 1994.7 Furthermore, a Gallop Poll indicates acceptance for interracial marriages is growing. Three major justifications are explained by the author which are: White supremacy, protection of White womanhood, and the prevention of mixed race offspring.
We are now approaching the 31st year of the Loving decision and views on interracial marriage have improved. James Trosino, American Wedding: Same-Sex Marriage and the Miscegenation Analogy, 73 B. Virginia first enacted a statutory proscription of miscegenations marriage in 1691.10 Penalties were severe-the White partner in an interracial marriage was banished from the colony, and any child of the marriage was bound out by the church wardens until he/she reached the age of 30.11 There were many justifications to uphold the laws which stated that marriage between races were forbidden and criminal.The Supreme Court case, which directly speaks to this topic, is Loving v. In 1958 Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter married in Washington, D. and returned to Virginia together as husband and wife. The problem arose in that since 1961 Virginia banned interracial marriages.The Lovings were prosecuted under a statute enacted in 1924 entitled "An Act to Preserve Racial Integrity."1 The statute said that in Virginia no White person could marry anyone other than a white person.2 The law made it a crime not only to enter into an interracial marriage in the State of Virginia, but it also criminalized interracial marriages outside the state with the intent of evading Virginia's prohibition.3 Furthermore the law stated that children born out of such a union were deemed in the eyes of the State to be illegitimate and without the protections and privileges accorded to the children of lawfully wedded parents. This article compares the history of interracial marriages with that of same-sex marriages. Interracial marriage is when two different racial groups come together and marry.Interracial marriage is an interesting topic which has a history of hardships.