miscegenation

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mis·ce·ge·na·tion

(mis'e-jĕ-nā'shŭn),
Marriage or interbreeding of individuals of different races.
[L. misceo, to mix, + genus, descent, race]

miscegenation

Interbreeding between people of different racial backgrounds.

miscegenation

(mĭs″ĕ-jē-nā′shŭn) [L. miscere, to mix, + genus, race]
Sexual relations or marriage between those of different races.
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Although there were four more productions until the end the 1950s, film enthusiasts had to wait until Rainer Werner Fassbinder's The Marriage of Maria Braun (1978), to witness the portrayal of an interracial relationship between African American GIs and German women on the silver screen.
The authors discovered a clear age distinction between participants who viewed interracial relationships with acceptance (less than 40 years old) and those who did not (40 years and older).
However, their interracial relationship is threatened not only by Kenya's own dissonance about dating outside of her race, but also regarding how the relationship will be perceived by her family and friends (Jennepka, 2006).
4) As part of the wave of new scholarship on such relationships, historian Martha Hodes, in White Women, Black Men (1997), argues that interracial relationships in the South were not always illicit affairs.
Here dark-skinned women take pleasure in and gain financial support from the white gaze, participating in interracial relationships which reveal perhaps the prototypical form of Brazilian racism: adherence to a strict colour hierarchy but not a strict (North American) colour line.
They also used the physical construction of their establishments to create hidden spaces that protected the most volatile interracial relationships, those between white women and black men.
Her book is a practical guide to interracial relationships based on her professional and personal experience.
She does not ignore other interracial relationships as is the case in some others studies.
We just didn't do it" Interracial relationships in the South are weighted with a legacy of lynching, rape, and sheer terrorism; yet from all of this, Watts can only conclude, "as much as Eufala had changed, we still had issues that none of us were certain how to handle"
Is it true that younger people are more open to accepting interracial relationships within their own families?
Joyner began studying interracial relationships as a postdoctoral student at the Carolina Population Center, a research institute affiliated with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The site focuses on the romantic dilemmas and issues specific to African American men, women, and teens, as well as those in or curious about interracial relationships.