Are black families more accepting than non black families when their son or daughter is dating outside of their race or is having a mixed child.

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Alesha - posted on 06/13/2012

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not really, depends on the people, not their race. my kids grandma on her dads side didnt want her kids (all boys) dating white girls growing up, but now theyre all old enough to make their own decisions. also i know a few black people that dont want "white" children in their family so they look down on biracial children. i just keep myself and child surrounded by good people who accept everyone, no matter what their background is

Julie - posted on 06/13/2012

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I'm white with 3 mixed (blk/wht) chidren and my family loves my kids just as much as they love all of the non-mixed nieces, nephews and grandchildren in my family. My family doesn't look at the color of the skin of the man I'm with or the children I have. My happiness is what's important to them and if I'm happy with a black man or any non-white man than they could care less and they accept that man into the family with open arms. In fact when I was younger and with my oldest daughters' father, there was a situation where my parents took in my black boyfriend and let him live with them while I was living somewhere else, so if that's not accepting of it, than I don't know what is.

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