That also means we get to explore more of her past through flashbacks — as well as an animation sequence, which delves into the historical context of interracial dating.Ross, who is mixed-race like her character, says she was thrilled by the opportunity to dive into Bow’s backstory, as well as explore a complex issue thoughtfully as the show done so well in the past.Interracial relationships are on a rise in the United States. In addition, 18 percent of heterosexual unmarried couples identify themselves as interracial.Married couples who identified their marriage as interracial grew by 28 percent from 2000 to 2010, making 8.4 percent of all current U. Blacks who married outside their race increased in share from 15.5 percent to 17.1 percent.“There was a lot of joy in the making of this episode as a lot of personal things were explored and discovered,” says Ross.“I found it so hilarious — and perfect.” How did you find out about the episode?
On one hand, not mentioning race or not making it the focus is progress.
The episode, titled “Being Bow-racial” (scheduled to air Nov.
30), is also the first told from Bow’s perspective — Ross takes over the voice-over from Anthony Anderson (who plays her husband, Dre).
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