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1. Trends and patterns in intermarriage
Kelechi Okafor: 'I'm not hiding my white boyfriend'
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How do Americans really feel about interracial couples?
There is no significant gender gap in intermarriage among newly married Hispanics across education levels or over time. She recalled a previous relationship with a white guy when she was in college. And I have a white fiance who rarely features in my social media spaces. My previous work had provided some evidence of bias against interracial couples. Back Psychology Today. As an endangered species, will anyone come to my aid.
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