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Craig-Henderson was online Tuesday, June 13 at 11 a.m. Washington Post writer Neely Tucker celebrates Loving Day, which commemorates the 1967 Supreme Court decision legalizing interracial marriage in his story: "Loving Day Recalls a Time When the Union of a Man And a Woman Was Banned." The transcript follows: _______ Inglewood, Calif.: A common reaction of African American women when seeing African American men who are in interracial relationships (especially European American women) is anger.
I have seen stats that claim it's roughly 5%, but anecdotal evidence makes it appear much more significant than that.
Kellina Craig-Henderson: US census data tells us that of the estimated 246,000 B/W marriages that took place in 1992, more than half were between Black men and White women.