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Most young girls grow up fantasizing about dating and marrying someone within their own racial/ethnic group, and indeed, approximately 87% of marriages in the U. are between people of the same racial/ethnic backgrounds.
Black girls growing up today face a very different reality as illustrated by a few daunting statistics.
Thus the primary purpose of this blog is to tell the stories of black women who are dating, married to, or divorced from white men.
Recognizing that the marriage pattern of black women who are married to white men represents the smallest number of interracially married couples, and the most extreme end of the marriage spectrum, it is my hope that presenting their stories will cause more black women to intentionally seek to broaden their idea of suitable dating and marriage partners.
My book, was published as an academic text by Cambria Press in December 2008.
Recognizing that my academic research might not reach the broader population, I am in the process of writing a second book on this topic for popular publication.
This comes on the heels of Ciara’s “controversial” comments about the importance of more BAW (Black American women) placing a priority on marriage or getting married before having children.
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It is important to note that my blog is NOT intended to diminish African American men – only to present another dating and marriage option for black women who wish to get married and who recognize that the continuing numerical imbalance between black men and women in this country reduces the likelihood of marrying within their racial/ethnic group.
Over the past fifteen years, I have interviewed approximately 70 black-white interracially married couples as well as numerous African American women who are dating non-African American men.