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Repost from @kyleredadams This couples marriage was overturned state laws in the United States that prohibited interracial marriages. Richard and Mildred Loving were from Virginia and met when they were 15 years old as they grew together a friendship blossomed into a romance. When she was 18 she became pregnant so the couple decided to travel to Washington DC to be married. 5 weeks after the wedding they were awakened at 2 a.m. By the police and were arrested for being married to one another. In 1959 they pleaded guilty to the charges against them and were sentenced to one year in jail. The sentence was suspended on the condition that they were to leave Virginia and not return for 25 years. They ended up moving to Washington DC and face Housing discrimination, compounded by unhappiness and had to clinch their families tight every night. Mildred wrote a letter to Attorney General Robert F Kennedy who forwarded the letter to American Civil Liberties union. After 9 years their case finally brought to the US Supreme Court in 1967 the court decided anonymously in their favor. Richard (the husband) said in a statement “for the first time I could put my arm around Mildred in public of her my wife” .. In 1975 Richard loving died at the age of 41 and he was struck in by a drunk driver in the couples car. Mildred Loving lost her right eye and the same accident … Now there’s a #BlackHistory fact for yoy :-) —- #bwwm #wmbw #swirl #swirlcity #swirllove #teamswirl #swirlnation #swirlfreaks #interracial #lovehasnocolor #loveknowsnocolor #interraciallove #interracialcouple #interracialdating Support!!!
So true #3b3