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It was 50 years ago that the landmark Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia legalized interracial marriage in all fifty states. To honor the anniversary, we asked four interracial couples to share their experiences.
I used to cringe at the idea of a BWWM story, and having to read anything interracial romance related turned me off. I just felt that often times, these stories are too focused on the racial factor, or were full of cliches or written beyond my scope of believably. Even now, I tend to be hesitant about approaching this subgenre.
Please refresh the page and retry. L oving tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white man, and Mildred Jeter, a black woman, and their bid to overturn the State of Virginia's law preventing them from legally getting married due to the colour of their skin. Here, two couples discuss their experience of being in interracial relationships and the various issues they have faced. Bernice and James met in while studying at university in Belgium.
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For example, the film Loving talks about an interracial couple wanting to change the law to get married. Please let me know if you guys have seen any good stories featuring interracial couples. I also want to know about your thoughts on this.
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I discovered them last year during my last semester in art as an undergrad at OSU. At that time I was working on a series of paintings about underdog heroes. As the work developed I focused on the Lovings and their story. While working on The Lovings body of work I, myself made a personal revaluation.
The film was the great rediscovery ofwhen it received its first official release at Film Society of Lincoln Center. Her husband Bill Gunnan artist, seeks new inspirations, and finds his creative freedom to be inseparable from sexual adventure, threatening their marriage. Collins, a civil-rights activist in the early nineteen-sixties, delves deep into modern history and personal experience to yield, in calm yet prismatic phrases, urgent and deeply affecting insights into her times, which echo disturbingly today, in light of their long-delayed publication.
It follows the relationship of Mildred Jeter and Richard Loving, who were arrested and sentenced to prison in Virginia in for violating interracial marriage laws and later sued the state. That is to say I do revisit the subject in various ways in assorted stories, though truthfully race makes up a very small percentage of what I write about. But there are reasons why I keep returning to the topic and some of them are very personal to me.