I have never once in my life time heard a mixed child get made fun of for having a colored and a white parent.

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The older people in your family are most likely from the "racist" generation.

For example, my father was born in 1948, and he is completely against me being with a person of color.

The trend toward more interracial marriages is undoubtedly related, at least in part, to changing social norms.

Our previous surveys have documented growing acceptance among the public.

A huge reason why some people do not believe in interracial relationships is because of the mental abuse and bullying towards the couples children.

I do agree with this, but at the same time, the only people who ever speak their opinions on the mixed children are the ones from older generations.

Interracial relationships are spreading more and more every day.

In 2010, there were a total of 390,000 couples that consisted of a black husband and a white wife and a total of 488,000 couples consisted of a white wife and a husband of a race other than black, Asian and white. Is it okay to be completely racist and against a couple that is in love?

In 1967, the United States Supreme court made it completely legal for an interracial couple to get married.

This law not only proved to America's people that it's okay to be of two different races and get married, but also helped to try to end the segregation of blacks and white in the early 1900's.

Plus, if you teach your children that it is wrong to be racist towards someone of different color and/or different culture, they will keep a good mind set and not let the non-believers opinions phase them.