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My Latino Father Wants Me to Marry a White Man
Religion, Sex, Love and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos | Institute for Family Studies
We find that most African Americans and Latinos will marry at some point in their lives, most of them are married or in a live-in relationship when they have children, and most black and Latino couples are happy and faithful. Taken together, these findings suggest that black and Latino family life is in better shape than some critics have suggested. In many ways the broad contours of white and Latino family life are similar. This raises the question of what scholars have called the Hispanic paradox: the fact that Latinos are healthier than one might expect, given their economic status in American society.
Religion, Sex, Love and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos
Growing up in a small Kansas town, I had slim pickings when it came to the dating pool in high school. They were all similar versions of the same trope—white, handsome, and athletic. Diversity was hard to come by.
In the nearly half century since the landmark Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia made it possible for couples of different races and ethnicities to marry, such unions have increased fivefold among newlyweds, according to a new report. In , 17 percent, or one in six newlyweds, had a spouse of a different race or ethnicity compared with only 3 percent in , according to a Pew Research Center report released Thursday.