The Supreme Court case, which directly speaks to this topic, is Loving v. In 1958 Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter married in Washington, D. and returned to Virginia together as husband and wife. The problem arose in that since 1961 Virginia banned interracial marriages.
What I just wrote is not a direct quote but it is the overall message of the section. OR MAYBE YOU ARE RACIST OR JUST READ THE SECTION (((((WRONG))))) Well, It really depends on who religious you are... (I know it doesn't work this way any more but it's what the bible said.) But, do as you wish!Thus, as of June 12, 1967, interracial marriages were no loner illegal in any State. Historically, however the freedom of marriage was not always granted between races.We are now approaching the 31st year of the Loving decision and views on interracial marriage have improved. James Trosino, American Wedding: Same-Sex Marriage and the Miscegenation Analogy, 73 B. Virginia first enacted a statutory proscription of miscegenations marriage in 1691.10 Penalties were severe-the White partner in an interracial marriage was banished from the colony, and any child of the marriage was bound out by the church wardens until he/she reached the age of 30.11 There were many justifications to uphold the laws which stated that marriage between races were forbidden and criminal.But, I still want to know if people (more specifically girls aged 18-22) really care? girls usually dont have a problem with what race or ethnicity or your cultural origins. So long as there's an attraction there, I'd go for it.I have always been more of a shy guy that asks out girls after being friends first. they just care about the way the guy acts, the way the guy responds. I'd just hope the person I want to have a reltionship with doesn't care either.Each partner must figure out how they want to identify themselves, regardless of the labels assigned by parents, peers, or society.They may choose to identify with only one group, or they may choose a new identity that incorporates both sides of their heritage. There is no "right" choice, and studies have shown that the most important contributor to self-esteem is being comfortable with one's chosen identity."It's hard sometimes because people try to label me by how I look, which is more white.But there are things I like about each culture, and by integrating them I feel I get the best of both worlds," she says."Our differences foster dialogue," says Tony, 31, an African-American man married to a Chinese-American woman, who lives in Los Angeles, CA."We have the opportunity to learn about each other's culture on a very deep level, and our friends and families also benefit by learning to understand and respect our diversity," he adds.In the Old testoment it says they weren't suppose to marry outsiders because outsiders were concidered hethens back then.But we no longer live under the Old testement we are suppose to live under the New Testiment and it has yet to say anything about Interatial relationships!!!! I know times are changing, and this is becoming more and more common. so if your asking if its wrong to date someone of a different race? if you are a racist, then im sure it would be a problem.