They married in 1968 as a nation fought for civil rights. 50 years later an interracial couple looks back

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Their wedding day was bookended by the deaths of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in April and Robert F. Kennedy in June. The Vietnam War raged abroad as a fight for civil rights continued at home.

For many, 1968 was marked by violence, bloodshed and protest. For Janice, a white woman, and Charles,…

Author: Droolin' Dog News Team