Marriage in black and white / Joseph R. Washington, Jr.

"It is time to let caution to the wind and to support without reservation black and white social intimacy. The case for black-white unions is fundamentally the case for America. The only alternative is the continuation of racism and its corollary of heightened conflict." Joseph R. Washingt...

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Main Author: Washington, Joseph R.
Format: eBook
Published: Boston : Beacon Press, [1971], ©1970.
Table of Contents:
  • Cleansing the American psyche
  • Improvident ambiguity and impudence in our sexual past
  • Peril and paradoxes in the double standard
  • "Passing" : mystery, magic, mischief, and the invisible color line
  • Perspectives of contemporary social scientist on black-white marriages
  • Parietal, peremptory, and permissive religious forces
  • Rationalizations deterring technicolored unions in spirit and flesh
  • Reasoned opposition to black-white marriages
  • The case for marriage in black and white.