Jumping The Broom
"Jumping the Broom" is a symbol of sweeping away the old and welcoming the new, or a symbol of new beginnings and is used in some African American wedding ceremonies. #weddings #africanamericanweddings #love
Jumping The Broom
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Lesbian Wedding, 1968. via The Wide Open Town History Project Records. Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society.
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1968-fyqv-lesbian-wedding-1968, Lesbian Wedding, 1968. via The Wide Open Town History Project Records. Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society.
Lesbian Wedding, 1968. via The Wide Open Town History Project Records. Love
Lesbian Wedding, 1968. #lesbian #love #vintage #wedding
And this joyful wedding portrait taken in 1968:
B&W|Lesbian Wedding, 1968
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Epic Gallery: 150 Years Of Lesbians And Other Lady-Loving-Ladies
Mildred and Richard Loving are profiled in "The Loving Story."
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Love conquered hate and ignorance. A great documentary, "A Loving Story", was made about the couple. / Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple living in Virginia in the 1950s and their landmark Supreme Court Case, Loving v. Virginia, that changed history.
mildred and richard loving (ap images) june 12 is “loving day,” an unofficial american holiday that commemorates the landmark 1967 supreme court decision, loving v. virginia, that overturned state laws against interracial marriage.
Interracial marriage was illegal in the United states with Alabama overturning their law to marry interracial couples in2009. This is a picture of the Loving's who lived in Virginia where it was illegal for them to marry they went to Washington D.C. and returned to Virginia was arrested ordered to leave the state and returned 9 years latter a legal couple.
Richard and Mildred Loving, an intershade couple living in Virginia in the 1950s, and their landmark Supreme Court Case, Loving v. Virginia, that changed history.
"In 1958, Richard and Mildred Loving were convicted under Virginia's law that banned mixed marriages. They won a Supreme Court decision in 1967 that overturned laws prohibiting interracial unions." ~ U.S. News
Mildred and Richard Loving fought existing laws to be able to live together as man and wife in Virginia because they were an interracial couple.
Mildred and Richard Loving were an interracial couple who took their basic human rights to court to challenge Virginia's primeval marriage laws.
Mildred and Richard Loving, who married each other despite the law which said blacks and whites couldn't marry in Virginia. Their fight for the right to live together went all the way to the Supreme Court. Love knows no boundaries.
What Interracial and Gay Couples Know About 'Passing'
Collection Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Charles Schwartz and Shawn Wilson, 2012.137.24.18.
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Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, gift of Charles Schwartz and Shawn Wilson, 2012.137.9.11.
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Absolutely Melting! Wedding portrait of couple. Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, gift of Charles Schwartz and Shawn Wilson, 2012.137.9.11.
Black couple sharing cake
Ellen Craft and William Craft
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Ellen Craft and William Craft, wife and husband. Two formerly enslaved people who passed as a white man traveling with his servant to escape.
Ellen Craft and William Craft escaped from Georgia and made their way to Philadelphia disguised as a white male slave owner and his male slave. Then eventually fled to England.
The Great Escape From Slavery of Ellen and William Craft. Passing as a white man traveling with his servant, two slaves fled their masters in a thrilling true tale of deception and intrigue
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Ellen Craft and William Craft - Running a Thousand Miles to Freedom
Ellen and William Craft escaped slavery by going first class!
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Interracial couple wedding photo. soft-vintage-wedding5
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1940's african american weddings | 1930′s | 16 Stone Vintage 1930′s | True Style Never Fades….Beautiful.....💕
african american weddings in the 1930s | 1930′s | 16 Stone Vintage 1930′s | True Style Never Fades…
Vintage African American Wedding Party, Date Unknown ... вℓα¢к ℓ❤νє
African American weddings in the 1930s | True Style Never Fades…
Vintage African American Wedding Party, Date Uknown
Vintage #BlackLove African American Wedding
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Gorgeous African American Women - 1950s vintage dress, lace and circle skirt, could not be more adorable! #vintage vintage-weddings
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1950s wedding dress worn by Diahann Carroll. (My Mema's dress looks like this and I really would like to wear it)
Gorgeous African American Women - 1950s vintage dress, lace and circle skirt, could not be more adorable! #vintage (The caption on the actual photo shows that this is Diahann Carrol and her first husband Monte Kay...R)
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1950s wedding dress worn by Diahann Carroll. #vintage #bride
I love looking at vintage wedding photos.
An interracial couple in the 50's
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Vintage African American Bride and Groom Posing For Formal Wedding Portrait, Possibly 1920s