The history of interracial dating in america
Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever, was their motto.
Admittedly, a number of people in this age demographic have evolved in their views overtime.
Growing more nervous as the minutes pass, he sets his items on the table and tries to adjust his tie. A lovely young woman wearing a long, elegant dress gracefully enters and stops a few feet from the young man, directing him to a chair.Residential segregation (while still problematic today in a number of places) was the norm and in fact, was legal and the law in many cities and towns.Most (not all) of these individuals grew up with the notion that segregation was normal, justifiable and the appropriate way for Americans to live their lives.Thus, it only seems natural to harbor such a supportive view on such an issue.
On the contrary, older Americans inhabited an America that was rigidly segregated by race, class and in a number of cases, religion.
For the next several years they would file a number of legal appeals to combat such an injustice. S Supreme Court where the justices ruled in favor of the Lovings.