Living Well: Black Women Interracial and Intercultural Marriage-Book 4: Black Women Marrying Multiculturally and Living Well: How t

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Penetrating essays and riveting conversations from the 2007 Associated Press spotlighted-BlackFemaleInterracialMarriage-website as black women, white men and others discuss the factors and nuances in the current social environment in the United States that are causing the surge in black women's interracial dating and marriages with mainly white men.
Interracially-married, internet personality, "Evia" Moore urges African-American women to make marriage to a "quality" man of ...
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Overview

Penetrating essays and riveting conversations from the 2007 Associated Press spotlighted-BlackFemaleInterracialMarriage-website as black women, white men and others discuss the factors and nuances in the current social environment in the United States that are causing the surge in black women's interracial dating and marriages with mainly white men.
Interracially-married, internet personality, "Evia" Moore urges African-American women to make marriage to a "quality" man of whatever skin shade or background a high priority, especially if there are to be children. "African-American women must take advantage of their many possibilities for love and marriage outside the scope of their usual environment. If so, they would find many interested, marriageable men from a variety of ethnic groups and races who appreciate black women." Check out why millions of readers visit Evia's ever-popular site and read what she and a wide cross section of commenters say about the topic of black women outmarrying. Visit her site to view hundreds of photos of prominent and ordinary black female-non-black male couples. Read about how they met, their love, the challenges, the joys, and their family life together, living as millions of other ordinary families.
ESSAY TOPICS and COMMENTARY in Book 4:
~ Living Well: Critical Thinking Can Set You Free
~ Talking Openly and Honestly with White/Non-Black Husband About Race-Part I
~ Talking Openly and Honestly with White/Non-Black Husband About Race-Part II
~ Can a White Man Love a Black Woman?
~ Dana and Andrew-A Love Story
~ Living Well: Magical Thinking will Not Get You There
~ Some Men are Just Special!
~ On the Verge of Losing the "Black Woman Card"
~ What's Done in the Dark
~ Living Well is the Best Success-Best Revenge
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  • ISBN-13: 9781937587031
  • Publisher: Shareve Communications
  • Publication date: 9/28/2011
  • Pages: 234
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

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