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    Re: Cheerios interracial couple ad sparks racist anger

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    Re: Cheerios interracial couple ad sparks racist anger

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    I've had a few friends in interracial marriages - inevitably they get more heat and abuse from the black community than the white community. It's sad, I've actually had members of my church refuse to attend bible study because of stuff like "that white girl who steals black men is there".
    cpwill you are correct. The racism from the black community comes mainly from black women. I've dated white women in the past and I would get nasty stares from black women. It all depends on what region of the country you live in if you are going to experience white heat from interracial relationship. I'm from Los Angeles and that is a after thought to most white people there. However, I went to my brother-in-law college graduation in Joplin, MO and he has a white fiance. Her family is very nice and loving. We all went out to dinner after the ceremony and the evil stares from the white people there were just as bad as the stares from the black women.

    I personally don't care anyway. As long as my immediate family is cool. My family is too mix anyway

    Where we can put a end to this is by teaching our kids to marry someone because you love them not because they look like you.

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