WHEN IS AN INDIAN NOT AN INDIAN? WHEN HE IS A NEGRO!

WHEN IS AN INDIAN NOT AN INDIAN? WHEN HE IS A NEGRO!

For many years so called African American have excepted brands that have been placed on them since colonization. Fro the term Noble Savage to Negro to Colored to the current status of African American. We ave been victims of a PAPER GENOCIDE initiated by WALTER PLECKER and the EUGENICS movement. They are responsible for the ONE DROP theory as well as many other laws that contributed to the reclassification of our people. Many Claim we are descendants of African brought here during the Atlantic slave trade. But they make these assumptions based on skin color alone. How can you speak to a persons pedigree with out as much as a name or history of that individuals lineage. For far too long have we accepted HIS_STORY and ignored our HER-ITAGE. Do we have African ancestry, yes. Are we Africans NO. African Americans Are Not Africans. For those of you in search of your true history and pedigree, look beyond HISTORY and the lies placed in our history books. Ask your elders in your family, WHO ARE WE.

1924 RACIAL INTEGRITY ACT

The 1924 Racial Integrity Act was part of a series of laws designed to prevent racial intermixing. Under the direction of Dr. Walter Plecker, the Bureau of Vital Statistics divided Virginians into strictly defined racial categories of “white” and “colored” and banned marriages between people of different races. Many Virginians filed lawsuits disputing their racial classification and claiming their right to get married.

The Legitimization Act

The Racial Integrity Act

Robert Wright, a free black, married Mary Godsey, a white woman, in 1806. In January 1815 she eloped with a white man, taking with her a slave and other property. Wright overtook the couple and persuaded his wife to return. That November, she fled with the same man to Tennessee. Wright petitioned for a divorce. The General Assembly rejected the petition because the marriage had never been legal.