For accomplished single black women, dating in the 21st Century isn't easy. And for women in the public's eye, finding Mr. Right is equally difficult.
Just ask, Ericka Pittman, a member of the cast of Bravo's, The Singles Project; and now Jacque Reid, the host of the midday entertainment program, New York Live.
In the case of Jacque Reid, InterracialDatingCentral.com offered to help Ms. Reid find true love after hearing her about her publicized quest to find love. Reid accepted. Now, Interracial Dating Central is conducting a public Interracial Bachelor Search to help Jacque Reid find her Prince Charming. It's a full-on equal opportunity search, as all races are welcome to apply!
"Dating can be difficult, even for someone in the public eye. So I am excited for this opportunity with IDC," states Jacque Reid.
The popular interracial dating website is accepting applications from eligible New York City bachelors, ages 35 to 45. Eligible bachelors must submit pictures, a bio, a contact telephone number, and a brief description explaining why they would like to be considered for a date with the beautiful and talented Jacque Reid.
Jacque Reid has built a notable broadcast journalism career working at CNN Headline News, BET and presently NBC, as the host of the midday entertainment program, New York Live. Jacque serves as the correspondent for the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show, where she highlights women and women's issues in her Inside Her Story segment. In addition, Jacque is Editor-in-Chief of SingleandLivingFAB.com, which encourages single women to live their best lives right where they are.
Speaking with Jacque on the radio yesterday, InterracialDatingCentral's Brand Ambassador, Christelyn Karazin, said, "This isn't about exclusion, it's about inclusion. What you've been doing almost your entire dating life is excluding. Just because you date or marry a white man doesn't mean you're not black anymore. You still have your black card."
Does this work in reverse?