Jim Crow Laws: Interracial Marriage

Jim Crow Laws: Interracial Marriage

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  • My apologies ma'am. Have this bench. I can find a different one.
  • Don't be silly! There is plenty of room for the two of us. Anyway, you were here first. 
  • I really enjoyed getting to know you on this long walk today! 
  • The pleasure is mine. I have never met a person like you from this southern town.
  • Rodger, I have to admit: after spending time with you over the past 6 months in hiding...I have to tell you that I love you and I don't want to hide it any longer. I want to get married.
  • Emma, I love you too. But, you know that I could go to jail, and you could lose citizenship. If you want to keep seeing me, it must be in private.
  • Put your hands up! You are coming with me. Very sorry ma'am...he wont be bothering you again.
  • This is outrageous! They can alienate me, they can ridicule me,...but they will not make me stop loving Emma
  • By the year of 1967, Roger and Emma (although very old) walked the aisle together legally.
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