Mildred Loving



(African-American, Native American (Rappahannock & Cherokee tribes)) [American]



Known as:  Mildred and her husband (Richard Loving) were the couple behind the US Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia (1967), which finally made interracial marriage legal throughout the United States.



More Information: New York Times: Mildred Loving’s obituary, The Color of Love: Mildred, Mildred and Richard Loving’s Wikipedia page, LovingDay.org



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Mildred Loving

(African-American, Native American (Rappahannock & Cherokee tribes)) [American]

Known as: Mildred and her husband (Richard Loving) were the couple behind the US Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia (1967), which finally made interracial marriage legal throughout the United States.

More Information: New York Times: Mildred Loving’s obituary, The Color of Love: Mildred, Mildred and Richard Loving’s Wikipedia page, LovingDay.org


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