Every culture has an identity. The question is, do we know our own as it relates to self, our community, our society and relationships amongst ourselves? To cross boundaries, to go beyond borders, is there a consequence in that?
On our last discussion, we talked about interracial dating, colorblind or eyes wide open? There were some who had no problem with it and others choose to stay within the boundaries of race and its preservation if you will.
Crossing Cultural Boundaries - is it taboo for most and used to regulate our society? The moment boundaries are crossed, it is very visible and may be considered a violation of culture. But if one is strong in knowing their identity, why does it matter to cross the color or culture line? Whether or not the stigma attached to interracial dating still exists, there is an obvious hurdle that mixed-race couples must overcome; a new culture. But what is the old culture? If you don't know you history, how can one embrace the new? How's that personal compatibility working for you? Let's TALK! This is Part 2
Join me, your host, LaTonya Washington, along with Co-Host, Tshombe Tshanti, Chat Room Moderator, Juacclyn Nikol and "Docs on Hand", Dr. Monica and Dr. Ryeal Simms. Special Guests: Y-O-U! It gets deep!! It's okay, the water is warm...
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