We have found a certain level of acceptance in this small southern city which is for both of our homeplace.
Our acceptance in the black community came easily for the most part; in the white community it is: "well they are not really from another planet and we might as well get use to it since they look like they are going to stay".
I believe it was white greed and arrogance which build the box and that now it is white cowardice that keeps it from fall apart.
Rick Hall Texarkana, AR Dear FRONTLINE, Of all the interracial relationships I have known among my friends I have never seen any of them have problems because of skin color.
Our families have been behind us, but of course that means we have been out front.
We chose early on to be visible and not go into hiding (it really took a long time for me to not be afaid) but we are still isolated by racism - I guess it is that "box" June Cross talked about.
the blacks are simply envious and still stuck in the ages. I knew alot of "half caste" kids when I was in secondary school.
I can give my experiences in my paper but it would be great if my teacher saw that I put a lot of effort into my paper. I appreciate all answers please do not be to racist.
Plus I want to know other peoples point of views and experiences. Have you ever been in an interracial relationship and with your experiences have you seen any differences between interracial dating and dating in your own race? There are no wrong answers here just be considerate to other peoples feelings and beliefs.
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