Authors: Beverly Daniel Tatum, Andrea Ayvazian

Using their own friendship as a case study, the authors examine the development of mutuality in a relationship forged across racial lines. The possibilities of connection, disconnection, and violation in interracial relationships are also explored. Implications of mutually empathetic interracial relationships for the development of one's own racial identity are considered.

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