In sum, the social experiences of this group of black males and females took dramatically different routes as the teen years ended.
Fast forward to the late 20s and early 30s for this group of young African Americans and the following had occurred.
On the other hand, young black females, while they may have had strong friendships with white females, were not as likely to have equal numbers of white male friendships.
Moreover, for some black females, as the dating years began, former friendships with white females began to fade.
“The main thing that I found most interesting is that these people are just normal people,” she said.Judice said she focused on relationships with white men because of history.“Relationships with other men of color don’t hold the same historical dimensions,” she said.Most of them had completed college, many were enrolled in or had completed professional, graduate, or trade school, and/or were beginning their careers.
Some in this group were involved in relationships, but it was only the black males who were engaged or had married.I am tired of meeting so many women who have suffered in silence and simply given up on having someone love them for who they are.