I suspect your question may be referring to the social acceptance of black and white unions and there I can only give anecdotal evidence from personal experience.
(My own children are multiracial: African-American-Irish-Canadian.) In large western and northern American cities, the cultural acceptance of interracial dating feels about the same as Canada.
The vast majority of those marriages are with one Asian partner.
The beauty of interracial dating, and indeed relationships in general, is that you can learn from one another and grow as individuals as well as a pair.
Celebrate your differences and find out about each other’s childhoods; and if it goes really well you can start discussing how you’ll honor both of your backgrounds when raising a family.
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