Interracial marriage in the United States has existed for many years to various degrees but its legitimacy under the law has been spotty. In 1967, the Supreme Court decision in the Loving v. Virginia case legalized mixed race marriages. The new Respect for Marriage Act in Congress is set to codify such marriages.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers an impressive collection of resources for those living with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), their parents, educators, and professionals.
Learn more about the life and legacy of Britain's longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II with resources from Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
Understanding and exploring one’s sexual orientation may be particularly difficult being a Black gay person, but fiction about such individuals can help.
The jarring murderous attack on a predominately Black community in Buffalo produces a mix of emotions for many African Americans in other communities.
Though movie legend Sidney Poitier died earlier this year, he leaves behind an important legacy about race and success.
The environment of professional sports gives its athletes and others rich opportunities for glory and success, although Black participants step into a history of being denied the same.
The murder of a young Black man by the veiled act of racial profiling nearly two years ago, became a statistic and rallying figure in the Black Lives Matter movement. The death and trial of Ahmaud Arbery accused murders became a national news story.
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Creating a diverse workplace is an understandable component to the process of a nation with growing multiracial populations. To react otherwise is to deny talent, expertise, and profit-making opportunities. And yet, the current efforts are lacking.