Be prepared though, that kids often do the opposit of what their parents tell them.
My daughter is dating a black man
I myself can't come up with anything...I guess I'm no help at all except to tell you that unless you do have valid points and prove why it's so damaging to her then you're at a loss.
And also, be careful how you present them or she'll do it to spite you.
It's not wrong to date black men, I wouldn't care at all if my daughters were in love with a black man.
My daughter's happiness is more important and takes premise over my personal feelings. If you don't want your daughter to date black men, then you should be able to present her with VALID reasons why you think it's so wrong.
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I have raised my two kids by myself, for most of thier lives. I recently married a man with three grown daughters. She is beginning to show signs, the cloths she wants to wear, the music she listened to, all her girlfriends are black (i don't have a problem with that alone) and she defends her older sisters and the choice they are making in thier lives.
I also don't want my daughter making the same mistakes they have made.
I am know presented with a situation where one of the girls and her child need a place to live.
Good Luck Well, you can influence who she likes, but ultimately, she will form her own opinions about people of other races, and the world in general.