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The special CNN prepared and broadcast last Thursday on the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was very interesting.  Don't you agree?  Clearly, the Government in many ways had a lot to do with this assassination, and still there are lots of unanswered questions which we may never get answers to.  The WHY is clear though!  Apparently, in the minds of many (the powers that be) he had to be eliminated because he was a detriment to America, and all it had accomplished.  Dr. King created a movement, and was fighting for issues that many felt was undeserving.  What a real shame!!!!  

Without a doubt, in some ways a lot have been accomplished and we are indeed living some of Dr. King's dreams.  However, the core of what Dr. King was fighting for is still among us, actually it never really left the surface...it's hunting many of us openly and also deep within...RACE.  In reality, this RACE issue was never gone, many of us just learned how to live with it, and it certainly must be addressed and reconciled.  

For me, out of all the coverage I viewed surrounding the Dr. King assassination special on CNN, I became aware of one important issue that I am embarrassed to say I had little knowledge of.  On one of the programs the CNN host interviewed a lovely couple Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen and his wife Janet Langhart Cohen who are an inter-racial couple that have been married for 12 years.  Mr. Cohen who is white served as the Secretary of Defense under the Clinton Administration and his wife Janet is African-American and is a former television host, and was a personal friend and mentor of Dr. King.  During the Cohen's interview they talked about RACE in all forms, and how ugly racism has been in America's history not only for them personally, but for many.  They talked about their life and the issues they faced.  During this interview I became aware of  "Miscegenation Laws" - the prohibiting of mixing of races (Blacks and whites were said to be different, and "never the twain should meet." Under no circumstances were they permitted to marry".  I also became aware of the Act that overturned this law in 1967.  Imagine a few years ago there was a law prohibiting the marriage between blacks and whites.  Hummm...and  they say we must stop talking about RACE, Oh...No...I don't think so, this important issue will never heal until it is addressed and we find ways to reconcile!!

Of course, I was determined to get all the facts on this law and as I researched I discovered some of the reasons why it became a law and how/why it was "Struck down"/abolished in 1967.  So I thought it would be good to share this information with you, in-case you were not aware of it (as I was.)  

Apparently, it was an ongoing struggle to secure the right to marry the partner of your choice regardless of their race, and 40 U.S. states not so long ago once prohibited marrying someone of the "wrong" race, no matter how much you loved that person.  Marriages between whites and persons of color were decried as "immoral" and "unnatural unions", and polls showed that overwhelming numbers of Americans agreed.  Despite the public opposition to interracial marriage in 1948, the California Supreme Court became the first state high court to declare a ban on interracial marriage unconstitutional. In a popular case Perez v. Sharp the Court stated that: "A member of any of these races may find himself barred from marrying the person of his choice and that person to him may be irreplaceable. Human beings are bereft of worth and dignity by a doctrine that would make them as interchangeable as trains."  The decision was controversial, courageous and correct. At that time, 38 states still forbade interracial marriage, and 6 did so by state constitutional provision.

In 1967, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the remaining interracial marriage laws nation-wide.  A Virginia judge had upheld that state's ban on interracial marriages, invoking God's intention to separate the races. The U.S. Supreme Court overturned his decision, declaring that: (1) the “freedom to marry” belongs to all Americans; (2) marriage is one of our “vital personal rights”; and (3) the right to marry is “essential to the orderly pursuit of happiness by a free [people]"

This all stemmed from a lawsuit filed by Mr. & Mrs. Lovings against Virginia that officially legalized Interracial Marriages.  Below you will find I have included a very good account of this issue obtained from Lashawn Barber.com.  Additionally, due to the acts of Legendary heavyweight champion Jack Johnson many of these crazy laws were interacted.  Read both stories below and let me know your thoughts ariousentertainment@earthlink.net

You should also check out the book that Mr. and Mrs. Cohen wrote entitled "Love in Black and White: A Memoir of Race, Religion and Romance"

Please Note: After the Civil War, states began to enact laws called the Black Codes in response to the emancipation of slaves. Democrats created these laws for newly-freed slaves that restricted their rights to own or rent farmland, vote, sit on juries, testify against white men, sue, enter into contracts, and intermarry with whites. Republicans opposed the laws and wanted to pass the Civil Rights Bill to protect former slaves. Democratic president Andrew Johnson refused.

The Jack Johnson issue really effected race relations, and it is as follows:  

Jack Johnson was he first black heavyweight champion who held the heavyweight title for seven years before losing it to Jess Willard in Cuba in 1915.  Johnson had a profound effect on race relations. His flamboyant personality and his incessant appetite for confrontation and white women ultimately led to his demise.  Johnson married three white women and had numerous affairs with others. He was fearless and had little respect for the conventions of the day.  It was this behavior that earned him the name “Bad Nigger.” A Bad Nigger, in black folklore, was a black man who did not play by the rules of convention; they dressed well and had unquenchable sex drives. They lived hedonistic lifestyles with a blatant disregard for death or danger. The term was used a badge of reverence among blacks.  Some of the headlines of that time read: (1) The Black Weekly, The Philadelphia Tribune "Jack Johnson Dangerously Ill, victim of white fever"; (2) The Los Angeles Times - "How Jack Johnson Tortured his White Wife, The Story of A Beast"; and the New York Times stated "there will be no sympathy for his venture in miscegenation"  

In December of 1908, Johnson beat Tommy Burns in Sydney, Australia for the heavy weigh title. In 1910, he beat former heavyweight champion Jim Jeffries so badly that it humiliated whites. Not only did he beat him, but he taunted him and rubbed in the face of white Americans. Race riots ensued all over America as a result of this event.  Because of Johnson's arrogance and love for white women, many whites considered him a serious threat to racial order. So in 1910 a law created by "prudish and taciturn Republican congressman James Robert Mann was passed called the Mann Act also known as the White Slave Traffic Act.  

After Johnson married Lucille Cameron (a white woman), two ministers in the South recommended lynching him (Gilmore, 1975, p.107). In a reaction to the Johnson-Cameron marriage, in 1911 Rep. Seaborn Roddenberry of Georgia introduced a constitutional amendment to ban interracial marriages. In his appeal to congress, Roddenberry stated that:  "No brutality, no infamy, no degradation in all the years of southern slavery, possessed such villainious character and such atrocious qualities as the provision of the laws of Illinois, Massachusetts, and other states which allow the marriage of the negro, Jack Johnson, to a woman of Caucasian strain. [applause]. Gentleman, I offer this resolution ... that the States of the Union may have an opportunity to ratifty it. ... Intermarriage between whites and blacks is repulsive and averse to every sentiment of pure American spirit. It is abhorrent and repugnant to the very principles of Saxon government. It is subversive of social peace. It is destructive of moral supremacy, and ultimately this slavery of white women to black beasts will bring this nation a conflict as fatal as ever reddened the soil of Virginia or crimsoned the mountain paths of Pennsylvania. ... Let us uproot and exterminate now this debasing, ultra-demoralizing, un-American and inhuman leprosy."  Congressional Record, 62d. Cong., 3d. Sess., pp. 502-503.

In 1912, the Federal Government accused Johnson of violating the "Mann Act" for traveling across state lines with his white mistress.  Several Governors at a conference this same year were in support of bills outlawing interracial marriage and a week later Roddenburg introduced a congressional amendment to impose a federal ban on interracial marriages.  Roddenberry and others, miscegenation bills were introduced in 1913 in half of the twenty states where this law did not exist.

Many blacks were lynched as result of the actions of Johnson. Some suggest that Johnson's brazen and sometimes reckless behavior did a tremendous amount of damage to race relations in America. Booker T. Washington detested Johnson's self-centered lifestyle stating that “Johnson's actions had injured his race and his personal rebellion would result in a more general racial oppression”.

Johnson was eventually convicted of violating the "Mann Act". He was guilty of transporting a white woman over state lines. After his planned fall to Willard, he returned to the U.S. to serve all but a few days of his jail sentence in Leavenworth, Kansas (Wiggins, 1993, p. 27). Roberts captures the essence of Jack Johnson's character and legacy when he states,

"The real Jack Johnson was not a stereotype. His hatred of the white world was almost as deep as his longing to be part of it. Although he was admired by thousands of blacks during his own day, he refused to accept the responsibility of leadership...On only one point was Johnson consistent throughout his life: he accepted no limitations. He was not bound by custom, background, or race" (Roberts, 1983, p.229).


The Loving v. Virginia case that Legalizing Interracial Marriage is as follows:

Loving v. Virginia legalized interracial marriage and distinguish between laws criminalizing marriage between a man and woman of different races.  The Supreme Court declared in Loving v. Virginia that laws against interracial marriage violated the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution.

Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter had known each other since childhood in Central Point, Virginia. In 1958, the two traveled to Washington, D.C., to get married since they couldn’t legally marry in Virginia. They returned to Virginia, and a few months later, both were arrested and taken to jail. They plead guilty to “unlawful cohabitation.” The court suspended their one-year sentence in prison on the condition that they leave Caroline Country, Virginia, and not return together for twenty-five years.

The Lovings moved to Washington and eventually appealed their convictions all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Virginia defended its anti-miscegenation laws on two grounds:

1) The laws punished “equally both the white and the Negro participants in an interracial marriage, these statutes, despite their reliance on racial classifications, do not constitute an invidious discrimination based upon race”;

2) Assuming that the Equal Protection Clause doesn’t void miscegenation statutes because of racial classifications, the issue becomes whether there is a rational basis for the state to treat interracial marriages differently. (”No State shall…deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”)

In finding that Virginia’s anti-miscegenation law violated the Lovings’ constitutional rights, the court rejected both arguments. Racial classifications are suspect, and the state must demonstrate a “permissible state objective, independent of the racial discrimination which it was the object of the Fourteenth Amendment to eliminate.”

Post-Civil War legislation (Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments) was designed to remove the color line and declare all citizens equal before the law, and the court rejected the notion that the equal protection requirement was satisfied just because blacks and whites were penalized equally for intermarrying.

The Court ruled that: "Marriage is one of the 'basic civil rights of man,' fundamental to our very existence and survival.... To deny this fundamental freedom on so unsupportable a basis as the racial classifications embodied in these statutes, classifications so directly subversive of the principle of equality at the heart of the Fourteenth Amendment, is surely to deprive all the State's citizens of liberty without due process of law. The Fourteenth Amendment requires that the freedom of choice to marry not be restricted by invidious racial discriminations. Under our Constitution, the freedom to marry, or not to marry, a person of another race resides with the individual and cannot be infringed by the State."

The court noted that the laws prohibited interracial marriage with whites, “designed to maintain White Supremacy.” Every other race could legally marry. The court also found that Virginia’s anti-miscegenation laws violated the Due Process Clause: “To deny this fundamental freedom on so unsupportable a basis as the racial classifications embodied in these statutes, classifications so directly subversive of the principle of equality at the heart of the Fourteenth Amendment, is surely to deprive all the State’s citizens of liberty without due process of law.”

As marriage is defined as a union between a man and a woman, there was no “overriding purpose” to outlaw marriage between a white man and a black woman other than blatant racial discrimination.

For more details on the Lovings and their case CLICK HERE to read their story, and to read the actual case law (decision) you can  CLICK HERE for Loving v. Virginia.

 

 

The time is drawing near for the Pennsylvania Primary, which takes place on April 22, 2008.  From the news reports it seems Senator Barack Obama is steadily closing the gap of Senator Clinton's lead in Pennsylvania.  As you know several weeks ago it was reported that Senator Clinton had a double digit lead over Senator Obama.  However, that lead has been narrowed substantially and according to a poll conducted by (Quinnipiac University) a few days ago it was reported the double digit lead is currently down to just six points, and as of today it's 4 points.  How exciting is this????  This primary is certainly going to be very exciting.

As you know this was not suppose to happen!  Senator Obama closing the gap on Clinton?  Possibly winning?  Never they said!!!!  All of her supporters and even many of the news channels said this will never happen!  It was reported that Senator Clinton will win Pennsylvania with a very high lead over Senator Obama, and who knows this may have been possible.  However, many have reported that her recent claim of being under sniper fire in Bosnia in19 96, where she now claims she "misspoke" may have been a reason for the drop in numbers, as well as the mother without insurance issue, and the situation with her chief strategist's meeting with Columbian Officials regarding the Columbia free trade deal issue that she opposes.  The fact still remains her lead is shrinking bit by bit daily.

Never-the-less, whatever the case may be we all are aware Senator Obama has had an unassailable and substantial lead in this Democratic race over Senator Clinton, and which ever way it goes, he would have still maintain that lead.  I feel if he was to loose Pennsylvania, it would be within a small margin; and therefore, he would gain a fair amount of delegates, which would keep him in the lead.

Needless to say, that is not the issue, and I strongly feel this exceptional candidate (Senator Obama) is well on his way to winning the Pennsylvania Primary...actually I feel he WILL win.  It is absolutely clear that the momentum is here for Senator Obama and the bus tour he has taken throughout Pennsylvania was obviously very effective, as well as his campaign's excellent grassroots effort!  

I wonder what they will say now when he wins.  No matter which state he wins, that win becomes meaningless to the Clinton supporters and many news channels.

As for the Delegate count, which may be slightly higher.  The Democratic Convention Watch indicates Senator Obama has a total of 1638 (1416 pledged delegates and 222 super delegates.)  Senator Clinton's total  1498 (1253 pledged delegates and 245 super delegates.)  2,024 is the total amount of delegates needed to win the nomination.

This week you will find for your viewing pleasure (below) a video I received from the Obama camp that features students who are inspired and excited by Senator Obama's campaign for President.  Additionally, you will find a very nice poem called "Today I voted for a black man, and I cried" by a writer who is unknown.  Finally, you will find a very nice video of Senator Obama's half sister Maya as she reflects and talks about her childhood with Senator Obama, what his candidacy means to her, and his family.  ENJOY!!!

Video of students at a high school in the Bronx "Bronx High School of Performance and Stagecraft" who have been inspired by Barack Obama's campaign for president.

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Here is the poem one of our on-line family sent us a few weeks ago, which was pretty powerful (to me.)  Read it and let me know your thoughts!  The author is unknown.  

"Today, I Voted for A Black Man…and I Cried..."

Today, I cried…..I voted for a black man and, I cried. 

I cried for my father and my grandfather and all grandfathers before him.

I cried for my uncles, my four brothers, my seventeen nephews, my two sons, my six grandsons and one great-grand son.

I cried for the black men I have loved and those that have loved me.

I cried for the millions of little black boys (not forgetting the girls) over the centuries that did not, in their wildest dreams, imagine that they could run for [the] Office [of President]. I cried for their despair…

I cried for all the men and boys incarcerated [justly, as well as unjustly] that lost hope in themselves and [might have taken] the low road.

I cried, I cried and I cried ….

I know that this was “just the primary.” But whatever the end result may be, today I voted in the United States of America for a black man, and .. I cried.

If I should die before the presidential election it will be OK, Because today I voted. I voted for a black man and I cried.

Below is a Video Podcast of Maya Soetoro-Ng, Senator Obama's half sister.  

The video shows Maya reflecting and candidly talking about her childhood with Senator Obama and what being a candidate means to her, her brother and his family.  

Maya stated in recent interviews that her and her family (husband and child) plans to be active, and would campaign on the Mainland (Hawaii) if needed.  She also stated her and Obama's grandmother (Madelyn Dunham 84) lives in Honolulu and is also supportive, however cannot be as active due to her health.

 "We both love a good story that captures the human experience in all of its complexities," said Soetoro-Ng, who now teaches history at the private La Pietra Hawaii' School for Girls and instructs night classes at the University of Hawaii. 

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Please remember Friday, April 11, 2008, is the last day for registering to vote in the North Carolina primary.  So if you are not registered please do so immediately.  The following is a link for you to get registered:  use the following link to register: http://www.sboe.state.nc.us/Also, several primaries will be taking place in May: 6th of May is Indiana & North Carolina; May 13 - Nebraska & West Virginia; and May 20 - Kentucky and Oregon.    As these primaries approach, please keep talking, sharing and coming up with solutions regarding the important RACE issue.

Don't forget to tune in to MSNBC Friday, April 11th for the airing of the special documentary I talked about last week involving Race entitled "Meeting David Wilson".  It’s regarding a young 28 year old gentleman of African-American decent from Newark, New Jersey, who despite his tough life through poverty, worked very hard and became a journalist in New York.  This young man Mr. David A. Wilson while looking for answers to reconcile with his ancestors’ history as slaves, discovers through his journey into his family’s past another gentleman with his name David Wilson.  This gentleman Mr. Wilson found is a white man from North Carolina, who is substantially older than himself, and who is the descendant of his family’s slave master.

MeetingDavidWilsondocpic.jpg (6266 bytes)This interesting documentary “Meeting David Wilson” is really about the enduring legacy of slavery in today’s young black society.  So don't forget to tune in to the broadcast on MSNBC tomorrow night at 9:00 pm (Friday, April 11, 2008)  The host is “Today” Correspondent Tiki Barber.  To learn more about this documentary log on to www.meetingdavidwilson.com and click the picture below to log into MSNBC and view the trailer.

Click the following link for The You Tube video on this documentary http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTWTn6d-Qeo and click the following link  to see ABC's Charlie Gibson talk about this fascinating story: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kB3UJsdnukc

As always remember to judge Senator Obama on his words, his actions and the content of his character.   Kindly continue standing up and do not accept the same old tactics, rhetoric and old politics.  I encourage you to continue talking about race and the hurtful issues you might have experienced throughout life.  Most importantly let's continue building this movement and voting for Senator Obama.  You must know by now that with your support and votes Senator Obama will continue succeeding. We know he is "the one"..."the one" who absolutely has the ability and wisdom to move us forward;  "the one" who has the answers to all of the many issues plaguing America currently, and we know he is "the one" who can take us forward toward that change we are seeking in a positive manner.  I hope you are looking forward to the overall change as I am, so lets continue making history together!!!!

 

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