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The immediate thought for many is, With all the gorgeous, accomplished Black women available, why didn't he choose one of us?
So it's no wonder we're thrilled for Black women who have found love—no matter the ethnicity of their partner.
Donna, who said her interaction with the young woman and her black boyfriend reminded her of a conversation she had years before with another interracial couple, shared: 'What struck me was the resilience of both couples in the face of derision, their refusal to let others define them.'Since then, she has photographed interracial pairs of all ages in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee in an effort to 'capture how they see themselves, the world of love and trust they have created despite adversity.'Donna, who is a professor at the University of Central Arkansas, said she includes hateful insults the couple has been subjected to at the bottom of the images to serve 'as a reminder of how part of society sees them'.
Another image sees a white man sitting on the steps of his house with his African-American spouse and their child.
It's complicated Toya Lachon, 43, of Washington, D."He told his family, "I am marrying this woman, so either you're on board or you're going to have to watch from the sidelines,"" says Meador."I knew we were going to have struggles as an interracial couple. He was willing to give up those relatives."Eventually some relatives came around and even danced at the wedding. They didn't attend the marriage ceremony, and Michael hasn't spoken to them in two years.But the reality often hits home during the holidays, when discussing your love life becomes an appetizer at meals with the family.What can be even more disheartening than seeing your beautiful, professional, well-educated sisterfriend still unattached is seeing a successful Black man settle down with someone of another ethnic group.