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One was titled "Why White Women Shouldn't Date Black Men," while the other featured a call for European Americans to "stop apologizing" and "living in fear.""White people have the right to exist," reads the second poster.
“We stopped speaking for a couple of years and she eventually came around and loves seeing my husband when we visit.” She said her husband’s family wasn’t accepting of their relationship either.But the real issue is not just their flagrant dishonesty — it's that they use dubious and persistently disproven statistics to mask their real goal, which is to stoke the same tired, age-old white supremacist fears of this particular interracial union that have lasted since slavery.The University of Michigan has since condemning the posters' "racist point of view" and said they'd been removed."Messages of racial, ethnic or religious discrimination have no place at the University of Michigan," the statement reads.“And they still couldn’t accept that I married a black man.” Interracial, opposite-sex married couple households grew from 7 percent in 2000 to 10 percent in 2010, according to the U. The couple lives in Detroit, where she works as an Allstate insurance agent and he owns a Jet’s Pizza in Southfield.“When incidents happen where an officer kills an unarmed black man or even when there aren’t Amber Alerts put out on black children, it’s a huge deal to me because it hits home,” Ed Holsey said.Rejection by family and friends “With some of the people I’ve interviewed, it seems it’s more OK for other people around them to date interracially,” Burke said.“It’s almost like it’s OK if their neighbor or friend wants to do it, but they don’t approve of it if it’s their child.” The Holseys dealt with rejection of their relationship from Naiah Holsey’s parents at first.She said it got so bad that her and her father stopped talking for weeks and her dad finally called her to say he was sorry; it was just different for him.Mandy and Omar Connor faced their share of ridicule from family as well.“My dad would always make stupid comments about my black boyfriend and point out the fact that he wasn’t white,” Lea said.“Whenever me and my boyfriend would get into it, he’d say ‘well maybe things would be better if you’d try dating a white boy again’.” Lea, 22, who is white, said she prefers to date black men and hasn’t dated within her race since high school.