Friday, October 16, 2009

Interracial couples still face prejudice

Earlier this month, a Justice of the Peace refused to issue a license to or marry an interracial couple.

The Justice cited the problems children of such unions still face. Really? Tell that to the President. Tell that to Tiger Woods. In fact, the more mixed race couples there are, the higher the acceptance there seems to be of racial differences and mixed race people.

Catch up, Louisiana boy!

1 comment:

Summer said...

I so totally agree with you but I have a friend (a black man) in Louisiana and he wasn't surprised at this. Old taboos die hard.