No, but some businesses who can authorize legal marriages can refuse anyone of marriage, it could be stereotypical, racist, and just biased from beliefs. You have the right to move this into court and find out what you can do about the situation if the provider will not comply with
For me personally i don’t agree with it because of my culture, I wouldn’t even marry outside my culture, not to talk about race.Even today in 2009, some people agree with it some people don’t, it’s people’s persoanl beliefs, theres nothing wrong with that.
Neither, because not everybody in the world thinks the same way when it comes to interracial relationships. Some societies, cultures, families and individuals agree and disagree with it; so basically it depends on your culture, upbringing and beliefs on the subject it what decision you feel is correct. For example
I think interracial marriage is just as okay as any old marriageI also think that anyone who thinks that it is wrong needs to wake up cause its the 21 centuryColor is just a color…it cant choose who you are or who your are going to marry
No. On June 12, 1967, the United States Supreme Court decided the case Loving v. Virginia; in a unanimous 9-0 decision, the Court ruled that any laws against interracial marriage in the US were unconstitutional and therefore no longer enforceable. At the time of the decision, such laws existed in
Yes, they are okay, feelings are feelings no matter what theethnicity is. Answer 2: In the eyes of God we are all the same to him, no race issuperior over the other. In the Bible Acts 10:34 “At this Peterbegan to speak and he said: “Now I truly understand that
Loving v. Virginia
The United States Supreme Court held laws against interracial marriage were unconstitutional in the case Loving v. Virginia, (1967). At that time 16 states still had laws prohibiting interracial marriages. That decision ended all race-based legal restrictions on marriage. See link provided below.