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My mother is Afro Mexican and her native language is Spanish.
My African American grandfather migrated to Mexico looking for work in 1890.
I believe that the source of a lot of anger (on both sides) are the stereotypes people have about others. After doing so, I think you'll find that the issue and discussion as I have treated it is not about being an angry Black woman. C.: What are the true statistics of black men dating non-white women?
I have seen stats that claim it's roughly 5%, but anecdotal evidence makes it appear much more significant than that.
He learned Spanish and met and married my Mexican grandmother before coming back to the U. The history of mixture is similar on my father's side and the family into which I married.