Recall what happened in the spring of 2000, when George W.Bush, at a crucial moment in his primary campaign, paid a highly publicized visit to Bob Jones University, in South Carolina.Overall, only nine percent of Americans said it was bad for society.However, 16 percent of white evangelicals said this, more than twice the opposition found among other Americans (7 percent).Global Youth Leadership Program Teens in Public Service (TIPS) Young Professionals of Greater Seattle (YPo GS) Faith-Based Entities/ Organizations Grace Episcopal Church on Bainbridge Island, WA Colleges and Universities we have partnered with LBJ School of Public Policy at the Univ.of Texas-Austin Seattle University University of Washington Wesleyan University Western Washington Univ. D., Clinical Psychologist Charles Yesuwan Design Vietnamese Adoptee Network (VAN) VAN is a nonprofit organization that seeks to maximize the Vietnamese adoptee experience in a caring, supportive environment by networking them to other adoptees and community resources.
In the controversy that ensued, no nationally prominent figures defended Bob Jones's policy.
Today, opposition to interracial marriage is low, but it still lingers.
Among religious groups, evangelicals remain the most opposed to interracial marriage, according to a poll by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press (Pew).
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Their mission is to broaden awareness of the multiracial and multicultural experience.