The Chocolate Lounge is back because you asked for it…but are you ready?

Within the African-American community, the topic of interracial dating has been the center of many heated conversations. Recently, the topic has focused on black women and their “seemingly” lack of interest or willingness to “expand” their horizons and date men of other cultures.

On one side of the fence, black women who choose to date outside their race are often ostracized to the extent of having their black card revoked. On the other side, black women who profess that they would never date outside their race are often categorized as martyrs and narrow-minded.

Is there a median, or is it one or the other? What do you think?

Join us on Saturday, July 23rd @ 8:00pm in the Peace and Serenity Garden Room at The Nzinga Creative Arts Center.

Must be 21+

Hosted by: Marina Thomas


When: Saturday, July 23, 2011

Location: The Nzinga Creative Arts Center (3218 Bernard Avenue)

Time: 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Cost: $5.00 Donation to the Center

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