Because of the belated 1960s, using the repudiation of anti-miscegenation and Jim Crow legislation, more and more blacks felt emboldened to openly oppose blended marriages.

Because of the belated 1960s, using the repudiation of anti-miscegenation and Jim Crow legislation, more and more blacks felt emboldened to openly oppose blended marriages. “We Shall Overcome” was providing solution to “Black Power”: enhancing the image of blacks into the minds of whites seemed less essential than cultivating a much deeper allegiance to racial …

Because of the belated 1960s, using the repudiation of anti-miscegenation and Jim Crow legislation, more and more blacks felt emboldened to openly oppose blended marriages. Read More »