miscegenation

Exploded: The Myth of Virginia Dare

Racially tinged material is often more easily identified by a reader from its blatant content. White supremacy (or white identity) writings are more subtle, appealing to what we now describe as white privilege. Sadly, Virginia has been a petri dish… Read More ›

Loving Pocahontas Day Redux

Editors’ Note: Republished from June 8, 2018. In light of recent events and in relation to June 12, 1967, the date of a Supreme Court opinion striking down Virginia’s Jim Crow anti-miscegenation law, we re-present. June 19th witnesses¬† the 99th… Read More ›

Loving Pocahontas Day Redux

Editors’ Note: First published by VoxFairfax in June 2018, we are republishing this article in light of recent national events and their proximity to June 12, 1967, the date of a Supreme Court opinion striking down Virginia’s anti-miscegenation law.¬† Pocahontas… Read More ›