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George Bernard Shaw was a supporter of Socialism and joined the Fabian Society. He wrote various essays and pamphlets on the subject. This site has some links to his writing and explains socialism.

George Bernard Shaw was a supporter of Socialism and joined the Fabian Society. He wrote various essays and pamphlets on the subject. This site has some links to his writing and explains socialism.

Warning from State Registar, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1924: (extract) A new law passed by the legislature says that if a child has one drop of negro blood in it, it cannot be counted as white. You will have to do something about this matter and see that this child is not allowed to mix with white children. It cannot go to white schools and can never marry a white person in Virginia.

Warning from State Registar, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1924: (extract) A new law passed by the legislature says that if a child has one drop of negro blood in it, it cannot be counted as white. You will have to do something about this matter and see that this child is not allowed to mix with white children. It cannot go to white schools and can never marry a white person in Virginia.

1913: Results of Diagnoses of 1,000 Cases: "NEARLY I5,000,000 SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE DEFECTIVES; The Clearing House for Mental Defectives at the New York Post Graduate Hospital Is Trying to Remedy Conditions Here -- What Their Tests Show."

1913: Results of Diagnoses of 1,000 Cases: "NEARLY I5,000,000 SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE DEFECTIVES; The Clearing House for Mental Defectives at the New York Post Graduate Hospital Is Trying to Remedy Conditions Here -- What Their Tests Show."

1950: Woman By Virginia Beach Sign That Says "Colored Only" Courtesy of State Library & Archives of Florida One reader stated: "Virginia Key Beach was given to the "Colored Only" because they thought the raw sewage was gonna flow to that beach. However the tides never took it that way."

1950: Woman By Virginia Beach Sign That Says "Colored Only" Courtesy of State Library & Archives of Florida One reader stated: "Virginia Key Beach was given to the "Colored Only" because they thought the raw sewage was gonna flow to that beach. However the tides never took it that way."

June 23, 40 years ago, the first interracial couple in Orange County was married. Alvin and Omelia Garner got their marriage license a year after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down state laws forbidding such unions. To mark this year’s anniversary, the Garners decided to celebrate in style and have the wedding they never had.

June 23, 40 years ago, the first interracial couple in Orange County was married. Alvin and Omelia Garner got their marriage license a year after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down state laws forbidding such unions. To mark this year’s anniversary, the Garners decided to celebrate in style and have the wedding they never had.

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