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We assumed that to be interracial was to be different, divided, which wasn’t how we felt.
When my husband and I first moved to North Carolina, we were invited to join an interracial couples’ group at our church.
Still, there was something dishonest, avoidant about the way I’d scoffed at our invitation into the interracial couples’ group.
Johnny Cole is Director of Equity & Student Supports at Lexington Public Schools and a proud member of an interracial family, built with love with his husband and their two adopted children.
After the war, he settled down with Rachel, in an interracial marriage that at the time was illegal in Mississippi.
I know we have shared experiences in being in interracial marriages and you know raising small children who are of mixed race and how that plays into that.
Interracial marriages, while triple in number compared to 1970, include slightly below 2% of the population.

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