Why We Need More Close Interracial Friendships (And Why We’re Bad At Them)

Why We Need More Close Interracial Friendships (And Why We’re Bad At Them)

The sad reality is that, as adults, we tend to be racially segregated in our friendships, just as we are in our neighborhoods. While interracial friendships are fairly commonplace during our school years, studies have shown that children entering adolescence are less likely to maintain cross-racial friendships as they grow older. Read full article from Huff Post here

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