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However, I would venture to speculate that at least some of the dynamics observed with respect to race, its significance, and the privilege that White racial status continues to have in our society would operate similarly for male/male and female/female relationships._______________________ Reston, Va.: Can you please get to the root of why so many Black men in the DC area seem to only want to date outside of their race when there are literally hundreds of well educated gainfully employed Black woman available? But really, the numbers of Black men in interracial relationships in the DC area are no greater than those in other large metropolitan area.My African American grandfather migrated to Mexico looking for work in 1890.He learned Spanish and met and married my Mexican grandmother before coming back to the U. The history of mixture is similar on my father's side and the family into which I married.(BTW - I also often hear that Black women are too angry.) It is very strange that an attribute such as "strength" becomes something negative and is devalued when it is used to describe Black women.When people (usually Black men) say that Black women are too strong, they are expressing deep-seated ambivalence about their role vis'a'vis Black women, about the historical realities that made their ability to defend and protect Black women extremely difficult, as well as contemporary differences between Black men and Black women in opportunities. The project I am currently working on that focuses on Black women in interracial relationships discusses this latter point in detail. C.: Out of all ethnic groups, black women complain about black men the most.A lot of people are running around and are afraid to commit.I think if we, as a black race, looked at that issue, it might tell us alot. Kellina Craig-Henderson: I agree that a lot of people avoid commitment, though I don't have any reason to believe that this unique to African Americans.
I believe that the source of a lot of anger (on both sides) are the stereotypes people have about others. After doing so, I think you'll find that the issue and discussion as I have treated it is not about being an angry Black woman. C.: What are the true statistics of black men dating non-white women?I have noticed that for them it's important to brag they are not just with a black woman, but also a Latina from the Caribbean AND who speaks Spanish..are besides themselves!!!Kellina Craig-Henderson: Very interesting what you refer to is the extent to which being "Black" in the US is undervalued, and even denigrated.Kellina Craig-Henderson, professor of psychology at Howard University, discussed her new book, Black Men in Interracial Relationships," which examines the role race plays in relationships between black men and women of other races.Craig-Henderson was online Tuesday, June 13 at 11 a.m. Washington Post writer Neely Tucker celebrates Loving Day, which commemorates the 1967 Supreme Court decision legalizing interracial marriage in his story: "Loving Day Recalls a Time When the Union of a Man And a Woman Was Banned." The transcript follows: _______ Inglewood, Calif.: A common reaction of African American women when seeing African American men who are in interracial relationships (especially European American women) is anger.