SC Court Loving v. Virginia
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In 1958, two residents of Virginia Mildred Jeter, a black women, and Richard Loving, a white man were arrested for violating the state's miscegenation status, which banned inter-racial marriages.
The Lovings married in Washington D.C., then returned to Virginia, where two months later police barged in into their home at 2 am and arrested them.
We're in front of the Supreme Court, the highest court of them all, most importantly where the case Loving v. Virginia took place.
Mildred Loving wrote to the attorney general, Robert F. Kennedy for help. Which he referred them to ACLU.
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