Being Mulatto During Jim Crow: The One-Drop Rule

BY: SETH WILLIAMS With the compromise of 1877 and the end of the Reconstruction Era in the south, southern white legislatures were free to once again codify racism and oppress their minority targets with the full backing of the law. It was a terrifying time to be black in America, as the gains made since […]

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