I read a short article this morning about an African-American police officer who lost his job when he went public with his white girlfriend.
As a member of a 28 year long interracial relationship/marriage, I can’t even begin to express the anger and disgust I feel.
When will some people realize that there is no difference between races. We’re all just human beings. All the same. I know, there really is no answer to this question. There are those who never will accept interracial relationships.
I could go on for many paragraphs on this issue, but I won’t. I promised myself when I started up my blog again, that I would keep my comments brief, and I will.
I write about interracial characters and relationships in the 19th Century. It seems, I could place my characters in today’s world, and some of the same problems would exist.
Such a shame.
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