In a perfect world, there would be no need for black clubs.
But, alas, American society (which I assume we are speaking of) has a long history of white groups and activities that have excluded (and to some degree) continue to exclude black people and/or limit access by black people.
A Gallup poll in 2013 found that 96% of black people and 84% of white people approve marriage between blacks and whites.
This means that 87% of Americans overall see no problem with black-white marriage, up from a meager 4% in 1958.
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Things have gotten much better for interracial couples in America, and black & white dating has never been so easy.NOT because blacks (or any other group) want to exclude.The way it tends to work is that the excluded groups will try to get into the mainstream groups.The outlook for interracial relationships has improved dramatically over the past 50 years, but there's room for even more acceptance.In the biggest, most liberal cities, stigma is hardly a problem at all.