The word comes from Latin: "miscere" (to mix) and "genus" (kind).
Some examples: "also prohibited marriages between white women and black men....
One may think that as the Asian American population becomes larger and more integrated into the mainstream American social and political institutions that incidents of anti-Asian racism would occur less often. The last 20 years or so has seen Asian Americans become the fastest-growing targets for hate crimes and violence.
It seems that whenever there are problems in American society, political or economic, there always seems to be the need for a scapegoat -- someone or a group of people who is/are singled out, unjustifiably blamed, and targeted with severe hostility.
Combined with the cultural stereotype of Asian Americans as quiet, weak, and powerless, more and more Asian Americans are victimized, solely on the basis of being an Asian American.
Perhaps the most graphic and shocking incident that illustrates this process was the murder of Vincent Chin in 1982.
Sometimes, they were referred to as miscegenation laws.There is nothing in the Bible saying it is wrong to date or marry a person of a different race.There are a few incidental mentions of race in the Bible (e.g., that Ethiopian's skin was different, Jeremiah ), but there is nothing saying one race is superior to another.April has been the start of news that I’ve been expecting for over a decade.Interracial marriages are becoming more accepted, more prolific, and it will literally change the face of America by 2050.