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In those of the original Thirteen Colonies that became states and enacted such laws, they were enacted as state law in the early 18th century; a century or more after the complete racialization of slavery. The term miscegenation was first used in 1863, during the American Civil War, by American journalists to discredit the abolitionist movement by stirring up debate over the prospect of black–white intermarriage after the abolition of slavery.
Last week, we wrote about the rise of interracial marriage and asked how tolerant D. Admittedly, these stories can’t fully capture every experience, but they do provide some insights into what life is like for interracial couples in D. If you’d like to share your story, contribute by posting a comment below. We haven’t been in DC that long, but most places we’ve been, we are pretty comfortable in public…Commenter Not Square, a white woman in D. dating a black man, writes that she’s learned to “tune out” the stares she receives, “but I find anywhere I go people, even people close to me make the ‘color’ jokes in regards to my relationship.” Riotsnotdiets writes that she still gets plenty of odd looks from passersby: I’m a white woman dating a black man in DC, and I was completely shocked when we started dating at how many stares, glares, shaking heads, and sometimes even comments we get when we’re walking together in DC. Many of you responded that you sometimes receive stares or negative comments, while others wrote their experiences have been mostly positive. When it comes to our relationship I don’t really see race.