March 1948
Ebony;Mar1948, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p55
The article focuses on Hawaii Islands which act as a racial melting pot of the Pacific. It reports that Hawaii supported the anti-African American feeling and promoted race relations, interracial marriages etc. Island supported interracial culture, anti-African American policies and suppressed race discrimination. It informs that out of 124 marriages of blacks from 1944-46, 70 percent were interracial.


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