This report details a sharp increase in the number of Black women who are marrying White men.
It's an interesting concept because it was about 60 years ago that the final miscegenation laws were overturned.
It reminds me of the current debate over same-sex marriage. Many of the arguments made against interracial marriage are similar those being made today by the supporters of California's Proposition 8 which would overturn a recent court decision allowing same-sex marriage.
I think about how interracial marriage was once similarly taboo in society. If things hadn't changed my brother wouldn't have married a beautiful Black woman with whom he has had two great kids.
Perhaps someday we'll look back on the opposition to same-sex marriage the same way.