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2000-2500 word essay on Biracial Marriage using attached references.

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Bell, G. C., & Hastings, S. O. (2015). Exploring parental approval and disapproval for Black and White Interracial couples. Journal of social issues, 71(4), 755-771.
Chalabi, M. (2018). What’s behind the rise of interracial marriage in the US?
Fourie, J., & Inwood, K. (2019). Interracial marriages in twentieth-century Cape Town: evidence from Anglican marriage records. The History of the Family, 24(3), 629-652.
Frost, G. S. (2019). Not always logical: binational/biracial marriages in Britain, 19001940. The History of the Family, 24(3), 585-607.
Miller, B. (2020). Biracial Families: Crossing Boundaries, Blending Cultures, and Challenging Racial Ideologies.
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Osuji, C. K. (2019). Boundaries of love: interracial marriage and the meaning of race. New York: New York University Press.
Vazquez, V., Otero, I., & Goodlow, J. (2019). Relationship stigma and Black-White interracial marital satisfaction: the mediating role of religious/spiritual well-being. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 22(3), 305-318.
Vickery J. M. (2006). Describing Interracial Marriages and What They Convey Regarding Race Relations in America.
Wanhalla, A., & Stevens, K. (2019). A ‘class of no political weight’? Interracial Marriage, Mixed Race Children and Land Rights in Southern New Zealand, the 1840s-1880s. The History of the Family, 24(3), 653-673.

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