So you cannot draw any firm statistical conclusions.
On television rape is a dark-alley crime, but in fact strangers commit only 2% of rapes.
Historically, Brazil has always promoted itself as a “racial democracy” where races mixes in harmony without the racial conflict of other multi-racial societies.
While it is clear that racism is a strong element in Brazilian society (whether of the blatant or subtle variety), dissecting the relatively high rate of interracial marriage is often used as “proof” that racism is not a problem in Brazil.
US anti-miscegenation laws restricting marriages on the basis of race were once enforced in most states.
Sometimes, they were referred to as miscegenation laws.
So where are the statistics that show black men are such dangerous rapists?
A Christian should not marry a non-Christian no matter how kind and good they are. Deuteronomy 7:1-6 tells the Israelites to destroy all the inhabitants of the Canaan land and not to intermarry with them because they would "turn your sons away from following Me, that they may serve other gods." The same key concern of 2 Corinthians is again expressed here.
The word comes from Latin: "miscere" (to mix) and "genus" (kind).
Some examples: "also prohibited marriages between white women and black men....
The beauty of the argument is that few whites question it because it plays on two stereotypes they have about black men: they are violent and they have stronger sex drives that they cannot control. Here are the top ten crimes committed by blacks in America according to FBI numbers on arrests made in 2007: Forcible rape was not even close to making this list: there were only 5,708 arrests. Despite the racism of the police and the stereotypes about black rapists, the police still arrest twice as many white men for rape.
Going by the stereotypes, you would expect whiter countries to be safer. Despite the millions of black men in America, women are way safer there than in Canada and Australia, where rape is more than twice as common.