Just 50 years ago, multicultural relationships in certain areas of the United States could’ve been a flashpoint for condemnation.
Today, we live in a world which, while still far from the ideal of Dr. King, is trending ever closer, and multicultural relationships have helped play a role in that.
Last year marked the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther king’s monumental ‘I have a dream’ speech.
That speech stands as a key moment in American history, and as a milestone in the history of human decency in an ever more multicultural world.
We live in an era where interracial and inter-religion matches are an everyday occurrence. However, this does not mean that there aren’t still some potential hurdles to overcome.
Here is a quick guide to making multicultural relationships work while avoiding some of the more common mistakes