"It"s impossible to talk about interracial marriages without acknolwedging that they weren"t even legal in the United States until June of 1967 after the Loving v. Virginia case. While legal today, interracial marriages are still faced with unique challenges.
For those who are in relationships that are supported by their family and friends, you still might find yourselves struggling to talk about how to navigate racial and cultural differences within your marriage. You might also need some support discussing how your cultural values will be combined and passed down to your children if you have them.
For those who face judgment about their relationships from other people, you might need support discussing how to set boundaries with friends and family. You might also need help navigating one-off situations with strangers who comment on your relationship in insulting or threatening ways."
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