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Ideas have progressed towards greater appreciation for racial integration, and away from the ideologies of racial purity and White supremacy.

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Outsiders often had to rely on locals to identify who was "white" and who merely looked "white" but were actually considered and treated as Afro-American by their neighbors of both "races." The real issue behind the anti-miscegenation laws was enforced social-inferiority and economic and political subservience.

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The United States and various state Supreme Courts upheld the constitutionality of anti-miscegenation laws until 1948 when the California Supreme Court in a split 4-3 decision ruled against California's act prohibiting, "All marriages of white persons with Negroes, Mongolians, members of the Malay race, or mulattoes."After the California ruling, other states began overturning or repealing their miscegenation laws.


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Though "racial purity" was the emotional battle-cry of white-supremacists, in actual fact interracial children fathered by white men who were not married to the nonwhite mothers were commonplace and well-known as such in their communities.

The supposed horrors of miscegenation and the sexual "purity" of white women were used as emotional triggers by political demagogues to whip up race-hatred and win elections.

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Interestingly, “miscegenation” itself is an racist term. It was coined in the 1860s by racist white writers opposed to the interracial mixing they feared with the end of slavery. For an interesting history of such issues, see Elise Lemire, ’Miscegenation’: Making Race in America (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania press, 2002).

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Bergin’s cogent analysis of the old “racial purity” arguments of white supremacy from another era should make us wary of similar kinds of arguments today about supposed racial purity in the era of . And, Loving’s passing is a reminder of the difference that once person can make in fighting against white supremacy.

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"Miscegenation" refers to sex and marriage between men and women of different "races." Since biologically all human beings belong to the same human race, "race" in this context refers to social perceptions of differences in skin color and appearance.

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Powerful words from a woman who claimed not to be an activist. So, why does it matter that I teach my students about the meaning of “miscegenation” when the courts ruled anti-miscegenation laws illegal in 1967? I think it’s important for what it tells us about how white racism operates then and how that same (il)logic continues to work today. In an interesting analysis over at Katheleen Bergin writes:

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When I taught a graduate seminar this past winter, I asked the class if anyone knew what the word meant. No one did. And, when I teach at the undergraduate level, it’s the rare student who knows the meaning of that word at the beginning of the semester (they usually know it by the time the semester ends). So, I thought it important to recognize the passing of one of the pioneers in ending the anti-miscegenation laws in the U.S.

Mildred Loving, (pictured with her husband, Richard P. Loving, in a file photo dated 1965, from ), a black woman whose challenge to Virginia’s ban on interracial marriage led to a landmark Supreme Court ruling, died Friday, May 2, 2008 at her home in rural Virginia, her daughter said today. She was 68. From the (and a hat tip to my friend Paul at BS for telling me about this):