Jerry Enomoto is a Japanese American who was interned when he was a kid during WWII. He later became the Director of California Department of Corrections.
Dorothy Enomoto is an African American whose parents experienced the system of slavery. She was a close friend of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jerry and Dorothy married and continue to serve the community as an interracial couple.
Why did Jerry Enomoto catch my attention? He wrote a letter to support my parole. I appreciate his support.
Multiracial people are multiplying as interracial marriages increase. That is one way to create solidarity and break down racial barriers.