I am concerned by the fact that it would be a biracial relationship (we live in the south); the fact that he has a history of being a “player”; he is very mature (sexually) for his age; as well as the fact that he has dumped her before.
I am worried that she would be willing to go back with someone who has hurt her more than once.
So while we talk about stoplights and peanut butter in school, contributions of black inventors, we ignore the real issues confronting blacks in America.
If you want to help blacks, then let us address the real issues confronting children of the many black races forcibly brought to America nearly two centuries ago.
The other is your concern about her being in a biracial relationship.
We will address your concerns separately in our answer.
“Mother Concerned About Interracial Dating” : My 15 year old daughter wants to date a boy who is very nice and one she has known for several years, but he is Black (she is Caucasian).
An entire segment of our population is producing children with different fathers and without the stability a marriage provides. No, it's because blacks, many raised without respect and having squandered their best opportunity for an education, turn to drugs and violence, welfare and the public dole, to make their way in the world. It isn't whites, or asians, or Hispanics who control the narrative. Start by getting rid of the race-baiters who capitalize on your pain.
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They must realize that rap stars, basketball players and other celebrities get rich, but what have these people done for their households except sell a false narrative of black life in America to their blacks and whites alike? Black children, brought up by committed parents will learn the same respect as any other child in any other similar household. Any unauthorized use, without prior written consent of Catholic Online is strictly forbidden and prohibited.
Throughout the intervening generations, we have followed policies designed to give blacks compensation for their disadvantaged start in America, including affirmative action policies and a degree of preferential treatment within society.
The treatment has been so special, so delicate, that we have decreed certain words off limits, and forbid discussion of topics which we fear would offend black sensibilities.
We dedicate a month to "black history" make special mention of blacks in schools and universities with entire courses of study devoted to black culture.