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In a way, there are still many persons in Guyana who believe we should marry or date within our cultural groups.
Perhaps, it’s to cause less cultural conflicts and to stay within the boundaries of our comfort zones, or it’s the disgusting thought of believing one’s culture/race is superior to others.
Love has no colour, racism is not born; it is taught. We must realise that strength lies in our differences, not similarities.
She was a proud Indo-Guyanese, brilliant, wealthy and an only child to her parents, quite compatible since the same can be said for me.
The relationship blossomed and we soon fell in love, desperately trying to spend every moment with each other.
“His daddy is Filipino.”“Well, good for you,” she said.
It’s a sentiment that mixed-race couples hear all too frequently, as interracial marriages have become increasingly common in the United States since 1967, when the Supreme Court’s decision in Loving v. The story of the couple whose relationship led to the court ruling is chronicled in the movie, “Loving,” now in theaters.