Click the image for Loving VS Virginia the case that overturned the law against interracial marriage.

Click the image for Loving VS Virginia the case that overturned the law against interracial marriage.

Loving v. Virginia: The Case Over Interracial Marriage | American Civil Liberties Union

Loving v. Virginia: The Case Over Interracial Marriage | American Civil Liberties Union

The Lovings, not allowed to be legally married in the state of Virginia. In 1967 their case was taken all the way to the Supreme Court where it was decided that no marriage could be denied because of the persons race. Here we are in 2013, let's hope that the Supreme Court does the right thing again, and declares that no two people should not be allowed to be married based on their sexual orientation.

RICHARD AND MILDRED LOVING: THE LOVE STORY THAT MADE MARRIAGE A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT

The Lovings, not allowed to be legally married in the state of Virginia. In 1967 their case was taken all the way to the Supreme Court where it was decided that no marriage could be denied because of the persons race. Here we are in 2013, let's hope that the Supreme Court does the right thing again, and declares that no two people should not be allowed to be married based on their sexual orientation.

U.S. States, by the date of repeal of anti-miscegenation laws: gray - no laws passed; green - 1780 to 1887; yellow - 1948 to 1967; red - after 1967

U.S. States, by the date of repeal of anti-miscegenation laws: gray - no laws passed; green - 1780 to 1887; yellow - 1948 to 1967; red - after 1967

10 Photos of Interracial Couples Show the Impact of 'Loving v. Virginia' 48 Years Later

10 Photos of Interracial Couples Show the Impact of 'Loving v. Virginia' 48 Years Later

Loving v Virginia VIRGINIA Fight over same-sex marriage echoes decades-old battle of Loving v. Virginia  "You're talking about pure prejudice as the basis of both laws."

Loving v Virginia VIRGINIA Fight over same-sex marriage echoes decades-old battle of Loving v. Virginia "You're talking about pure prejudice as the basis of both laws."

On March 18, 1966, LIFE magazine published a feature under the quietly chilling headline, “The Crime of Being Married.” The article, illustrated with photographs by LIFE’s Grey Villet, told the story of Richard and Mildred Loving, a married interracial couple battling Virginia’s anti-miscegenation laws.

On March 18, 1966, LIFE magazine published a feature under the quietly chilling headline, “The Crime of Being Married.” The article, illustrated with photographs by LIFE’s Grey Villet, told the story of Richard and Mildred Loving, a married interracial couple battling Virginia’s anti-miscegenation laws.

10 Photos of Interracial Couples Show the Impact of 'Loving v. Virginia' 48 Years Later

10 Photos of Interracial Couples Show the Impact of 'Loving v. Virginia' 48 Years Later

Almost 50 years after Loving v. Virginia legalized interracial marriage, interracial couples are still marginalized and discriminated against. http://mic.com/articles/120345/11-photos-of-interracial-couples-show-the-impact-of-loving-v-virginia-48-years-later

Almost 50 years after Loving v. Virginia legalized interracial marriage, interracial couples are still marginalized and discriminated against. http://mic.com/articles/120345/11-photos-of-interracial-couples-show-the-impact-of-loving-v-virginia-48-years-later

Black History Month for Kids 2014: #7 – Loving v. Virginia Today ...

Black History Month for Kids 2014: #7 – Loving v. Virginia Today in an Interracial Cheerios Commercial

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