I’m looking forward to the time when we all look like Polynesians.
Indeed Americans have become more open in embracing interracial marriages of late. A recent Pew Research Center survey says that, in fact, more than one in five American adults have a close relative who is married to someone of another race. Moreover, most in the younger set (18-to-29 year olds) accept the concept of interracial dating and marriage. 
But, wait, I noticed a gay couple also partaking of the celebration. They seem to be quite relaxed and enjoying the evening as well. Were there harsh looks from anyone? I couldn’t tell. (At least they’re not in Malawi. Who knows someday, Mr. Gates, Polynesia?) Deborah Solomon, “Questions for Henry Louis Gates Jr.: After the Beer Summit”, The New York Times Magazine, Feb. 14, 2010
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