Teaching A Multicultural Child About Holi

Teaching A Multicultural Child About Holi   Raising a Multicultural & Biracial Child My husband’s parents are from Northern India, and they are Hindu.  They came to the United States from India in the 1960s. The preservation of their culture here in the U.S. is imperative to them. And it is also of the utmost …

My Interracial/Intercultural Marriage Collapsed But It Made Me Stronger

My Interracial/Intercultural Marriage Collapsed But It Made Me Stronger I have been following You Tubers, A Singh Thing (aka Asia and CJ) for some time now.  I have laughed and cried with them as they navigated through their interracial/intercultural marriage and multicultural parenting. And so it was devastating to see their union end abruptly and …

From Wales To Delhi-Falling Madly In Love Abroad

From Wales To Delhi-Falling Madly In Love Abroad Interracial/Intercultural Marriage: British Woman And Indian Man About Us Hi everyone!  Our names are Lowri and Jay.  I, Lowri am British and I was born in Wales, UK.  My husband, Jay is Indian, and he was born in India. How We Met Lowri shares that we met …

An Attestment To Love On Valentine’s Day

An Attestment To Love On Valentine’s Day: A Tribute To You, Mrs. Gupta Thank you, and I love You! By, Sachin Gupta I heard a speech last “Tuesday,” and what an interesting speech it was.  A message that was supposed to be the foundation in promoting unity ended up as something entirely different. For those …

45 Movies To Watch In Celebration of Black History Month

45 Movies To Watch In Celebration of Black History Month As an African-American and South Asian family, we chiefly believe that if you don’t understand your past how can you build upon your future?  The substance of African-American history is often marred or unfound in American history books.  In essence, you have to seek out …

Overcoming Stereotypes

Overcoming Stereotypes I have often been asked about my parents and their sentiments towards my husband when we were dating. Did they harbor any stereotypes about my husband, who is Indian, and if so, how did we overcome that challenge? Well, in short, the answer is yes.  My father, who is African-American did.  I can …

My Interracial Relationship Changed My Thoughts About Love And Sparked Prejudice And Discrimination From Other Women of Color

My Interracial Relationship Changed My Thoughts About Love And Sparked Prejudice And Discrimination From Other Women of Color Guest Post by Keisha Mathew Edited by Nikita Gupta As A Black Woman, I Never Imagined Being In An Interracial Marriage As a Black woman, I never imagined I would end up marrying a South Asian man. …

15 Tips For Dealing With Difficult In-Laws

  15 Tips For Dealing With Difficult In-Laws Getting To A Place of Harmony With Your In-Laws Today, I have a harmonious relationship with my in-laws. Many of you are aware that this has not always been the case. There were endless family discussions (fights, arguments, break-downs, and tears) than pleasantries exchanged. And it took …

Trials Of Being In An Interracial/Intercultural Relationship

Trials Of Being In An Interracial/Intercultural Relationship I have not put pen to paper in some time.  My husband has stated and encouraged that I should.  I do admit that I have been on somewhat of a writer’s hiatus-LOL.  It has been a concerted effort and choice for me to share other love stories instead …

From Yahoo Chat To Proposal At First Flight

From Yahoo Chat To Proposal At First Flight Interracial/Intercultural Marriage: Puerto Rican Woman And Indian Man About Us Hi. My name is Marylia, and I’m Hispanic. My husband’s name is Utsav, and he is Indian. I, Marylia was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Florida (mainly) then I moved back to Puerto Rico, and …