Khloe Kardashian and Tia Mowry on Racism and Interracial Relationships

Posted by Sidney, 29 Mar 16

Racism is real. Tia Mowry, who is half black and half white, and Khloe Kardashian last Wednesday shared their experiences on racism on the show “Kocktails with Khloe.”

“To be honest with you, a lot of people don’t want to believe that racism still exists,” said Tia. She shared an incident that happened to her mother, who is Black when she was shopping for a house.

Khloe shared how they faced racism growing up when her father, Robert Kardashian defended O.J. Simpson, because he is Black. They got kicked out of restaurants for it.

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Khloe also talked about her experience when she was with her ex-husband Lamar Odom saying: “I was in an interracial marriage. I would never think to have to say, ‘Oh, by the way, my husband’s black, so when he comes in, don’t let your jaw drop.' When I moved to Dallas was the first time that was thrown in my face.”

Tia’s sister Tamera Mowry has experienced racism head on for being in an interracial marriage. Kim Kardashian, is also in an interracial marriage with Kanye West. They have also had their share of racism against them.

The struggle against racism is real. Check out the segment below.

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  1.   ladybarb says:
    Posted: 13 Jun 16

    As a woman that grew up in the 50's and 60's, I have to say that I really get tired of seeing these young people whine about racism. To be honest, they really have not gone through what their great grandmothers and great grandfathers went through. They are free to date, marry, enter establishments of their choice and become what they want to become. Grow up, realize that there are prejudices everywhere, hold your head up and do what you want to do. I've dated interracially most of my life and yes, I've experienced racism and I deal with it but then I forget it. When it comes to change, if you want change, become active in an organization that promotes change, carry yourself in a way that exemplifies grace, dignity and intelligence. There are opportunities out here for everyone. Take it and run with it and stop complaining.

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