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Loving vs. Virginia: A Documentary Novel of the Landmark ...

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Loving v. Virginia, Richard and Mildred Loving fought against the state of Virginia for their right to be married. photo by Grey Villet,

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Here Are 13 Inexpensive Yet Awesome Things You Can Do in West Virginia

Taylor Books, located on the historic Capitol Street in downtown Charleston, is a perfect little coffee shop and bookstore. Grab a cup of their coffee or a draft beer and listen to a local band play! More

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Mildred & Richard Loving were arrested for breaking Virginia's law against interracial marriage. Their landmark Supreme Court case, Loving v. Virginia legalized interracial marriage in the U.S. It's neat how their name was Loving and how they advocated love and marriage between the races.

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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.

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Prabhupada's Palace of Gold is found in New Vrindaban, W.V. The former temple was built by followers of Srila Prabhupada, who was known for his work in the Hare Krishna movement. In West Virginia?!

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Ruth Negga Photographed by Mario Testino

Ruth Negga. Vogue January 2017. Face to Face As Mildred Loving, Negga captures the quiet strength of a woman determined to have her interracial marriage be recognized in 1958 Virginia. The landmark case Loving v. Virginia changed American law. Gucci top and sequined leggings. Photographed by Mario Testino, Vogue, January 2017

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