Recent Examples of intermarriage from the Web
This study pointed to the increasing frequency of intermarriage: 53 percent of Jewish adults in the Washington area who are in a relationship have a non-Jewish spouse or partner.
And while racial intermarriages were recorded in the mid-17th century, New York would become the second largest black slaveholding city (after Charleston, S.C.) on the continent.
The community’s primary strategy involves the relaxation of rules concerning intermarriage with other ethnic groups.
The Peranakans are the result of intermarriage between Malay women and (mostly Hokkien) men from southern China who immigrated to the Malay Peninsula from the 15th century onwards.
Increased intermarriage between Latinos and non-Latinos also is a factor.
Some rabbis, like Matalon, don’t see any conflict between performing intermarriages and following Jewish law.
I was surprised at the number of people polled still nervous about intermarriage.
Another highlight was Alexandra Lehson, a child of an intermarriage of a Jewish father and a non-Jewish mother, winning the Sandra C. Goldstein Young Leadership Award.
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