Black Women - Interracial and Intercultural Marriage: First and Foremost (Black Women Interracial and Intercultural Marriage) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2009/7/7
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***[This is the SECOND edition of BOOK 1 (new ISBN, new cover with author picture on back, new subtitle, different front matter, minor content revisions, fewer pages, etc. If you bought the first edition, the interior content has not changed significantly.]
Provocative, essays and riveting conversations on black women's lifestyles, choices, love, marriage, and living well from the Associated Press highlighted website: BlackFemaleInterracialMarriage.com, as black women, white men, and others come together to discuss the most important factors and nuances in the current social environment that have led to the surge in the rate of black women in the United States marrying white and other non-African American men.
Author, Eve Sharon "Evia" Moore urges African American women to "make necessary lifestyle changes, mingle, travel, and use the common sense 'etiquette' of the global village in order to expand the pool of potential relationship partners, by including interested, compatible men of various races and ethnicities. Make marriage to a quality, compatible, loving, and lovable man of whatever skin shade or background a priority, especially if there are to be children. Quality is the key," she stresses and points out that "more African American women must make the 'mental shift' to broaden their scope to the entire global village as they enlarge their pool of marriageable men. If they did, they would find many compatible men from other racial and ethnic groups who appreciate the appeal of black women. Men of quality come in all skin shades and backgrounds," she frequently says. "And let's face it, finding a man of quality in the ocean can be much easier than finding him in a backyard puddle."
Check out why more than 3 million visitors to Evia's site have viewed thousands of pages of her writings plus scores of photos of prominent and ordinary black female-non-black male couples, and return often to see and read more. --このテキストは、ペーパーバック版に関連付けられています。
Eve Sharon "Evia" Moore is an interracially-married essayist, interracial and intercultural relationship adviser, writer, podcaster, and producer of a growing series of books, newsletters, and podcasts on the subject of interracial and intercultural marriage. In 2007, the Associated Press interviewed her extensively for an AP article on interracial marriage and Evia's website, blackfemaleinterracialmarriage.com, was spotlighted in the article that focused on the surge in black women entering interracial relationships and marriages. Evia's popular niche website encourages women to embrace the abundance in all realms of life, which includes making the commonsense decision to take advantage of all of their dating and mating options by inviting quality, interested men of all races and cultures into their potential relationship pool. Evia is the proud mother of two sons, and holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in comparative cultures (ethnology) and counseling. Aside from writing and consulting, she devotes herself to appreciating the arts, along with creating and selling her fiber art and jewelry designs. Evia travels widely and has lived abroad. Black Women: Interracial and Intercultural Marriage BOOK 1-First and Foremost is the first book in the series that explores and documents black women's views on self-care and the intersection of race, culture, relationships, love, and marriage between African-American women and men from the global village, around the turn of the millennium. --このテキストは、ペーパーバック版に関連付けられています。
If you are not sure whether Mrs.Moore's book will be beneficial to you, go to her website and browse. If you like what you see, then I can promise you that you will enjoy this book.