For centuries, one of the great fears from racists was the specter of interracial relationships. Racists in the post-Civil War era worked strenuously to enshrine anti-miscegenation laws. The 1921 Constitution and Laws of the Ku Klux Klan called for adherents to “avow the distinction between the races”; the infamously racist Birth of a Nation was based on the fear of the rape of white women by black men; modern era KKK fliers complain about “THE ULTIMATE ABOMINATION … miscegenation, which decrees the death of a Race … Race-mixing is against God’s law.”
This sort of disgusting propaganda has, thank God, fallen out of fashion.
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