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Interracial couples, marriages, and relationships are more common today than ever before in the United States.
Marriages between people of different races reached a record high of 8.4 percent in 2010, according to the .
And a white-dominated American society, which sees itself as way more woke than it actually is, can’t understand why Black women aren’t reflecting the same acceptance of interracial relationships as the rest of America (even though the country just came around to it less than 60 years ago).The advice presented may not be right for you and should not be relied upon in making decisions about your health. Links to other Web sites are not affiliated with California State University, Fullerton and may or may not express the views of the University.The University cannot verify and is not responsible for the accuracy of any information found on these sites.Now living in cultural capitals like Los Angeles and New York, it seems "cashiers, waiters and bartenders constantly ask if we're paying together.We've been in lines at registers and witnessed same-race couples not received the same line of questioning."When Nelson showed pictures of her boyfriend to her extended family, "there was a palpable awkwardness." Although her family's reactions weren't blatantly racist, she said, there was an "underlying uneasiness, like they were worried about saying the wrong thing.