One last tool Conversation Questions: Culture This site is used to learn about someone from another county. Some questions may not apply, but several on "Customs" apply to everyone.
This is a great list for you and you partner to use as a means to learn about each others culture and values.
They believe that every race is uniquely special and should not be integrated. Probably one of the most hurtful things in life is having to deal with family and friends who are not supportive of the people you truly like and love.
By example teaching others around you that the relationship is like any other, with challenges but worth it.
Although, as a college student you may not be thinking of marriage yet this book can help explain the issues related to interracial relationships.
Below is a list she calls "trouble spots" in such marriages.
These are points at which cultural differences raise issues and create problems that are either not present or are less severe in monocultural marriages.
Understanding the similarities and differences can help prevent misunderstandings and hurt feelings between a couple, family and friends.