Farnazeh & Jack Guillebeaux: A Long Walk Together for Racial Unity

Arbury Jack Guillebeaux, born in North Carolina in 1936, and Farzaneh Rabani, born in Iran in 1942, were married in 1965. Segregation was still in force and in North Carolina marriage for an interracial couple was illegal. But their long life together became an emblem of their shared goal to promote race unity in America.


Video vignettes of one interracial couple's story of their work to build racial unity, as individuals and as a couple.