For more than a century: the United States has been considered a melting pot. It's a country where people from all over the world come to find opportunity and make a new life. In the beginning, different ethnic groups may have had a difficult time coming together because of language differences. Over time, everyone adopted English and other US customs. That put everyone on common ground and opened the door for younger generations to intermingle.
While many ethnic groups cautiously intermarried, black and white interracial relationships were illegal for decades. Since those barriers have been removed, people are free to have relationships with whomever they choose. Except, some level of social stigma may still remain a hidden conversation for some ethnic groups.
On this particular show, we will explore the social stigmas. Are there differences in dating outside of your so-called race? Is there an exotic infatuation with the differences in look, culture or sexual prowess? Or is it possible for two people to simply love one another as human beings? Does an interracial relationship create unnecessary stress for the couple? If they have children, does being a mixed race cause them to be alienated?
Join us for another provocative discussion on Sunday, May 12th, from 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST) for a topic you truly don’t wanna miss on "STRAIGHT TALK" with Ted Santos and Blair Nash on BlogTalkRadio.
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