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In the last 30 years, the number of interracial marriages in the U. Today, 15 percent of newlyweds are crossing the racial divide. In 1980, 7 percent of new marriages brought together people from different racial or ethnic backgrounds, reports the Pew Research Center.Today, nearly two-thirds of Americans say they're fine with people marrying someone of a different race.In 1986, only 28 percent of people agreed with that statement.However, the interracial pairing of a black woman with a white man doesn’t seem to raise the same kind of alarms.Perhaps it’s because black women dating white men has been promoted as panacea for all the alleged problems black women face when it comes to dating. Census Bureau data shows that interracial couples were more than twice as common in 2012 than in 2000.

Interracial relationships aren't a panacea to end racism, of course; nor can any type of relationship be over-generalized as better than another.

Here are the stories of four couples, married more than 30 years, who crossed racial, societal and even legal barriers to be the pioneers that paved the way for today's new way of thinking about interracial marriages.

Compare that with 1980, when less than 7% of new marriages took place between interracial couples and the share of overall marriages was just 3%. In 1987, Pew found that only 13% of Americans completely agreed that interracial dating was acceptable; that share grew to 56% in 2009.

So began the relationships of three couples at Harvard, all of which are interracial. So began the relationships of three couples at Harvard, all of which are interracial.

While the two Asian and white couples interviewed for this article say that they have not confronted any discrimination due to their mixed-race relationship, the white and black couple interviewed said they have encountered a substantial amount of prejudice on campus.

That was in 1967, during the heyday of the Civil Rights era.

Last year, the cereal brand Cheerios released a commercial that featured an interracial couple and their biracial daughter.

The racist backlash against seeing a black man with a white woman was so severe that Cheerios had to disable comments on its You Tube account.

During the Super Bowl this year, the brand double-downed on its efforts to be reflective of a diverse nation and released a second commercial featuring the same family.

In 2009, the dating website Ok Cupid released data suggesting that black women get the fewest responses, even from black men.

One couple met through a mutual friend at the end of freshman year. One couple met through a mutual friend at the end of freshman year. Though these three couples are alike in that they include students of different races, they paint vastly different portraits of interracial dating at Harvard.