Dr. Nazaree Hines-Starr is an interesting lady. Not only is she living an unconventional life, daring to date “outside her race,” marry a Jewish man, have a biracial child, but she’s got the fortitude to write a book on the topic and interview on her book and belief that all black women should simply date and marry Jewish men.
Congress of the Jewish Religious Organizations and Associations in Russia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Say what you will, but she’s entitled to her especially-informed opinion, and she’s certainly entitled to her joy.
According to this piece, interracial marriage continues to decline.
Are you surprised? In a culture where it’s still largely forbidden and frowned upon to marry someone who does not resemble an immediate family member, interracial marriage is not acceptable. It’s okay to date (because you might break up and there’s no legal committment), but marriage is a no-no, still.
It takes courage to marry someone others disapprove of, and most people break under the pressure; and that’s why interracial marriage is on the decline, although interracial dating is fine.
The question to me is, is this piece linked to above accurate?
I recently ran across these videos by dating coach Matthew Hussey discussing “interracial awakenings” with Christelyn Karazin:
I’d like to get your views on these videos and what you think of Matthew Hussey’s interview. Is he stating the obvious or does the necessity of the message over ride the content being a little bit “no kidding?”