Hansi Lo Wang. Married in , Angela Ross center and her husband D. More than 50 years ago, their interracial marriage would have been illegal in Virginia. Angela, 40, who is white and was also raised in Virginia, remembers being warned: "You can have friends with black people, and that's fine. But don't ever marry a black man. Although interracial marriage is legal now across the U.
Interracial marriage: Who is ‘marrying out’? | Pew Research Center
Interracial dating isn't without its problems, but today interracial relationships enjoy more support in the United States than they have at any point in history. While two decades ago, fewer than half of Americans approved of interracial marriage , now 65 percent of all Americans support such relationships, and 85 percent of young people do. Attitudes toward interracial marriage are so progressive that some people prefer to exclusively date interracially. But are they doing so for the wrong reasons?
How Has Interracial Marriage Been Treated Around the World?
By: Jesslyn Shields. In June , the U. Supreme Court made the controversial decision that same-sex couples were entitled to marry. Fifty years ago this week, the Court made another landmark decision about who could love whom.
Interracial marriage in the United States has been legal throughout the United States since at least the U. Supreme Court Warren Court decision Loving v. Virginia that held that "anti-miscegenation" laws were unconstitutional. The number of interracial marriages as a proportion of all marriages has been increasing since , so that by