“In My Mind, We Are All Humans”

@article{Datzman2000InMM,
  title={“In My Mind, We Are All Humans”},
  author={Jeanine Datzman and Carol Brooks Gardner},
  journal={Marriage \& Family Review},
  year={2000},
  volume={30},
  pages={24 - 5}
}
SUMMARY Using the results of 19 in-depth qualitative interviews and our own observations, we suggest that one interpersonal skill involved in maintaining successful interracial Black-white romantic relationships can be the management of public harassment. Specifically, this refers to the management of evaluative, hostile, and discriminatory actions and reactions that couples receive from strangers in public places. Our informants (10 women, 9 men), all living in the Midwest, suggested that, at… 
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