Interracial dating or marriages
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"My parents have prejudices, but they've accepted it," Nguyen told NBC News, describing occasionally feeling different with her parents and other single-race couples. My native tongue will eventually fade, and history will take its course." As more interracial couples marry and have children, the stigmas associated with such relationships will gradually fade away, predicted Daniel Lichter, a sociology professor at Cornell University.
"Mixed-race children have blurred America's color line.