Depicting interracial love on screen has taken over 70 years for Hollywood to fully achieve.
Hollywood’s tumultuous relationship with interracial love went from banned to Jordan Peele’s "Get Out" going #1 at the box office.
Missed in Scalia's childish histrionics was his so-called 'originalist' approach for interpreting the Constitution.
The Supreme Court decision, when it happens later this year, is quite likely going to set off an argument within the Republican Party -- or, at the very least, that subset of the party who are running for president.
At the present stage of human civilization, universal mating summons the courage to defy the prohibitive philosophies of racial barriers, caste separations, and color hierarchies. Interracial procreation is an act of courage in apartheid and racist societies. It is mission impossible in caste-bound communities.
In the age of American ethnic diversity, it is all about representation -- a spiritual mission to bring you, our fathers, back in the light. History might have worked in favor of Chavez in the past decades, but many Filipino Americans will do what it takes to put your names in the pages of American movements.
There is a certain uncomfortable undertone to all of this, and I need to ask it: Do hot Asians feel like they have to "graduate" to white people? I'd prefer not to think so. What if there's just a naturally common attraction between Asians and whites?
Some courts have relied on a "states' rights" argument to bolster the position that Section 3 of DOMA is unconstitutional. "States' rights" is a weak foundation on which to build a modern civil rights movement. Individuals pushing a "states' rights" agenda have traditionally been opposed to civil rights.
I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of Nanci Griffith's beautiful and inspiring song and I want to urge you to listen to it and play it for your friends and family.