Interracial relationships to be explored Feb. 14 at Ripon College

An open discussion about the struggles of interracial couples will be held Wednesday, Feb. 14. It is being hosted by Ripon College’s Black Student Union in honor of both Black History Month and Valentine’s Day. It will begin at 7 p.m. in the Scott TV lounge.

“Love is Colorblind?” will address social implications when people are in an interracial relationships and how family ties affect the relationship. There also will be input from couples who are in interracial relationships themselves.

All are welcome to attend.


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