Wow I came across this tragic story that happened around the end of June 2013 in Belgrade, Serbia. An Ivorian woman named Sabina Maric brutally murdered her husband Branka (UN pilot) and tried to kill herself in an attempted murder suicide. Sabina Maric who recovered after taking pills and stabbing herself said she did it because her husband was leaving her and their two young sons for a Sudanese woman. She used a drill to murder her husband who was under the influence of drugs and alcohol after stuffing his mouth with a rag. I can’t even imagine using a drill on someone’s head.
Nawal al-Hawsawi is outspoken, black, a qualified pilot and married to a white man – everything her critics say a Saudi woman shouldn’t be. But despite receiving waves of abuse on social media, she refuses to bow to convention and hits back at her detractors “with love”. Al-Hawsawi has become something of a star on social media. She has amassed almost 50,000 followers on Twitter, where she posts about the importance of racial diversity and marriage equality.
On January 4, 2016 over 93,000 Interracial Marriage and Family prayer warriors came together to support this lovely couple. Shortly after getting married, Jan was diagnosed with cancer. She beat it, but it returned. We are asking that you continue in prayer for them but also consider supporting Jan on her road to remission. Support Jan and Tom here via Go Fund Me.
Blasian is a term associated with a person mixed with black and Asian background. It also means a married couple or romantic relationship made up a person with a black or African and Asian. Blasian is more commonly known as Afro-Asian.
The entire region is on edge waiting for the police to recapture these three dangerous escaped inmates. Hossein Nayeri, 37, Jonathan Tieu, 20, and Bac Duong, 43 are considered armed and extremely dangerous. There have been five arrests in the ongoing investigation. Then, we learn about a woman named Nooshafarin Ravaghi stands accused of helping the treacherous trio happens to be an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher.
I have been raised in a very open-minded family. My mother, has always been exceptional. Even during the 60’s when the Civil Rights fight was raging, many kids of color would not help the Caucasian kids learn about their culture. Our school was now integrated school and the questions and interest was sincere. My mom, took a stand and bridged the gap.
Last year, I made one of the most difficult decisions of my life. I decided to get married—again. I can understand if people roll their eyes at this, but if you’ve never been divorced, then you may not ever be able to understand. My divorce wasn’t nasty or drawn out in the traditional sense, but I was left quite broken, scarred, and afraid.
My name is Selena G. About 20 years ago, I had a white boyfriend named Matt Z. We loved each other very much and I could see us married. My parents and brother did not like him from the start and always gave me a hard time about him. I should not have been surprised because in my home there wasalways hatred of white people.
This next couples Street Cam introduces a beautiful couple whom met online. True love really can happen anywhere if you consider all possibilities! Listen to this sweet family’s wonderful story.
Seems that Rachel Dolezal was far from the first who passed for black. America’s foremost Geologist and first director of the new US Geological Survey Clarence King in 1879. Right is Ada Copeland King, the former slave he married under the assumed name and identity of James Todd, a light-skinned black man. Only on his deathbed did King confess to his family that he was really Clarence King, a white man, not a light-skinned Pullman Porter.
The world woke up to sad news this morning upon hearing of David Bowie’s death. Born David Jones, the rock music legend was married to supermodel Iman Abdulmajid for 23 years. According to Metro. UK, David Bowie’s wife Iman posted a series of heartfelt tweets in the days leading up to the singer’s death.
It is commonplace for First Lady Michelle Obama to host teas and other social gatherings in the White House. But we all know this was not always the case. I am completing a Pinterest board of American Presidents and their wives. While researching, I found out some interesting information about a past first lady.
I consider most people who marry interracially, progressive and out of the box thinkers. I did not know that there were actual categories of people who chose to marry interracially until I came across this post online. Evidently there are select categories that most of us fall into who date and marry out. We are: outcasts, rebels, mavericks, compensators, adventurers, escapists, and unstables.
Originally Published: February 13, 2013 by infinitom
Relational aggression is a relatively new term usually related to bullying. These are a few terms I have coined describing relational aggression when it comes to black women in interracial relationships. Because of the lasting psychological effects this subtle and covert manipulations can have on the uninformed, the These types should be avoided whenever possible. But if avoidance is not possible, learn how to deal with them and keep it moving without skipping a beat.