Interracial dating television
It’s a fairly straightforward 30-second advertisement riffing off of the idea that the husband and wife love to drive their cars so much they look forward to these types of trivial errands.
The unique part has to do with the actors who play this adoring family: The father is white, the mother is black, and their teenage daughters are biracial.
In fact, Reed predicted that this trend is likely just going to keep increasing.“You’ll see more and more of them and it’s just going to kind of become the new normal,” he said.
When asked why they made this casting decision, Erich Timmerman, spokesman for Chase, said: “We want our ads to reflect our diverse customer base and to look like the world we live in.”Biracial couples and families are becoming increasingly common in the U.
Interracial relationships are on a rise in the United States. In addition, 18 percent of heterosexual unmarried couples identify themselves as interracial.
Married couples who identified their marriage as interracial grew by 28 percent from 2000 to 2010, making 8.4 percent of all current U. Blacks who married outside their race increased in share from 15.5 percent to 17.1 percent.
Some might say that art imitates life, so it’s no surprise that there has been an explosion of television shows featuring interracial couples.
However, the mainstream television series that portray Black people in interracial relationships – with Black women in particular – appear to far outnumber programs depicting Black couples.