Did you by any chance mean interracial?
- adv. Between races.
- adv. by race
- interracial + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Julie writes: "In defense of the state of Louisiana, my husband and I got 'interracially' married in Terrebonne Parish 35 years ago.”
“When I announced via Twitter that I was being profiled on ABC News Nightline, talking about my dating experiences as a marriage-minded black female professional -- including my decision to date interracially -- a Black male friend promptly retweeted, "If @Mikamousie is jumping off the SS Chocolate Ship y'all brothers must be doing bad out there.”
“And while it's true I have yet to find my life partner among the crop of Black men I've dated his is not a conclusion I'm comfortable with: one, because I have no intention of ex-ing Black men off my dating list, and two, because my decision to date interracially has less to do with them than it has to do with me.”
“Masterfile Only about one in 20 black women is interracially married; they are much less likely than black men to cross the race line.”
“Only about 1 in 20 black women are interracially married.”
“There are examples the world over -- in Asia, the Middle East, Brazil -- of color prejudice, where light skin is preferred, both interracially and intraracially, and equates to improved social standing, economic status, and marriage prospects.”
“Additionally, as a black woman who dated interracially on numerous occasions, I know what it's like to be jaded by experiences similar to Jade's.”
“To be sure, they will face barriers to forging coherent racial and ethnic identities — almost all internationally and interracially adopted children do.”
“You can be de-blacked for being good at school, or for moving to the suburbs or marrying interracially.”
“A woman can marry interracially and still be as committed to fighting racial injustice as a woman in a same-race relationship.”
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