As I go to the swimming pool or tennis courts, the mix of cultures an languages fill the air as children play and families have gatherings. This is also the case with the Asian families, others from South America and those from Africa too.I can’t help but notice when I see these families, they typically look the same…happy but in tune with their own cultural dynamic. They believe in their rich cultural heritage and want to preserve it so their children know to marry within their race/culture.In an essay published on titled, “Stop Having Sex With Black People,” Iesha Mason gets to the root of loving Black people radically (especially with regard to interracial dating and specifically whites who date Blacks).
As you move a little north of the downtown, you get to see this even more.
This article presents a case study of Bob Jones University (BJU), a fundamentalist Christian institution located in South Carolina that is known within the context of U. higher education for its conservatism on multiple levels.
Our analysis traces the beliefs of the institution's founder and subsequent leaders, in addition to particular religious, cultural, and social influences, all of which shaped BJU's institutional policies, including the university's racial practices.
Walking outside of my door each day, I’m greeted by many different neighbors.
Some from India, Liberia, Nigeria, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Panama, Mexico and even Brazil.