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Race Mixing: Why Do We Date/Marry Outside Of Our Race?

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In 1967 The Supreme Court unanimously struck down laws banning marriage between individuals of different races, 106 years after Maryland became the 1st state to enact MISCEGENATION laws banning INTERRACIAL MARRIAGES. However, despite the legal right to marry outside of one's race that alone has not changed the sentiments of many who still think it is wrong to do so, and some even argue it is detrimental from a COLLECTIVE RACE standpoint. For this show, we have a guest who married outside his race, another who dated outside her race most of her life, and a guest against INTERRACIAL DATING due to his PAN-AFRICAN ideology. Tune in as MENTAL DIALOGUE asks the questions America's afraid to ask. ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK

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