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    Leon and Rosina Watson were married in 1950, just after the California Supreme Court became the first in the nation to strike down interracial marriage bans. The Oakland couple raised three children and remain living in their same home for the past 59 years. Photo courtesy MCT. One of the most beautiful things that I have ever read. Love.

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