PS Mag: 'Segregation's Constant Gardeners' - How White Women Kept Jim Crow Alive.

This bothers me. Brought up a memory I had not thought about for nearly a decade. I remember the mother of one of my 60's classmates exclaiming, after her child was touched by one of my black friends, "Don't touch, the black doesn't wash out." And this was in suburban New Jersey, not the deep South.

I hope that expression is never used again, ever.