Intersectional Family Analysis

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The key aspect discussed in this essay will be targeted at Intersectional families. I would say that my definition of an intersectional family, is oppressed and socially unequal. The reason I say this is due to the lack of injustice and policies that aims at a racial inequality. People are always objective toward dating the opposite race, which can sway your opinion of others. In my interracial relationship, we have encountered some degree of negativity from both sides of the family, mainly the Korean side of the family wanting him to date/ marry within the race and same ethical background.
On the other hand, the African American side of my family typically focuses on what makes a person happy and whether or not the person is treating you like