I used that as a historical milestone regarding segregration and the Civil rights movement. Before that period Blacks from white & Black unions were Black now biracial is creeping in the vocabulary as though it is a new social class.
>Y did THAT, of all things, change your mind? & SURELY U >weren't there, right? I'm not following here... > >>>I would agree with you before the March on Washington. But >>not now I question that, take a look at South Africa with >the >>coloreds or Haiti with the so-called mulatoo class. >Remember >>the the Creoles of Louisana were products of union between >>French & Spanish men and Black females(mostly so-called >>mulatoos and quadroos). This group consider it self >superior >>to their Black mothers and the Black community in general. >>The African community lacks nationhood and power, there are >>many examples where the children of the a biracial union >among >>conquered people either sided with the conquerors blood line >>or though themselves better than their mother people. >
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