The study, released in the middle of December, found a rise in interracial relationships especially with Asians, Hispanics, and Native Indians/Alaskan Natives.
Probably this marriage was publicized when it happened last year since he’s prominent, but I’ve just started up blogging frequently again after a quite long break.
I don’t post these pics and announcements nearly as much as I used to, but there’s still a smidgeon of interest in them. When I see my grandchildren this weekend, we’ll be watching this video!
LOL Please check out this woman’s first installment in a multicultural animated TV Network on YOUTUBE. Since I advocate marriage so strongly for BAW (Black American Women) and write and podcast so often about the connection between black women marrying well, money, well being and certain privileges, I recently was notified of a black woman’s YT channel where she also puts a lot of emphasis on black women’s finances and in this case, “leveling up” and getting married.
I will post the name of her site in my next post here, if it’s okay, and share the comment I made there about my marriages and my wealth status, which, of course, greatly lifts me, my children, and grandchildren.
This comes on the heels of Ciara’s “controversial” comments about the importance of more BAW (Black American women) placing a priority on marriage or getting married before having children.
Though more and more Americans are hitting major milestones—like moving in together, buying homes, and having kids—without ever tying the knot, the institution of marriage still plays a pretty important role American life.