WATCH: In Remote Ohio Town of East Jackson, Which Sits in Appalachian Foothills, Residents Have Identified as Black Despite the Fact They Appear White

Roberta Oiler, center, stands with her daughters Janelle Stanley and Jessica Keaton in East Jackson, Ohio. Photograph: Maddie McGarvey/The Guardian

In the remote Ohio town of East Jackson, which sits in the Appalachian foothills, residents have for decades identified as black – despite the fact they appear white. Tom Silverstone and Francisco Navas visit a place where residents’ racial lines have been blurred to invisibility.

SOURCE: The Guardian