The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's racist (and token) black columnist Eugene Kane (http://www.jsonline.com/news/metro/nov99/kanecol107110699a.asp) is a prime example of the "left-wing anti-miscegenism" described in Emily Monroy's excellent guest editorial in "Interracial Voice" (http://www.webcom.com/intvoice/emily2.html). Criticisms of Kane should also be sent to the letters page of the Journal-Sentinel: JSEDIT@onwis.com
An example of a young person being totally confused by left-wing anti-miscegenism is the case of Salon Magazine guest columnist Lillie Wade, a 19-year-old college student. She believes that interracial marriage is a bad idea because it "can cause hostility between the races" (http://www.salon.com/books/it/school/1999/11/10/nazi/index/html). How did she come to that conclusion? All she had to do is read raving denunciations of race-mixing by so-called "people of color" in the mainstream media and on the Internet.