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.
NO! DON'T TAKE HIM AWAY
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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