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Will The Senate Pass a Law To Protect The Right to Marry Interracially?

The benefit of codifying the 1967 Loving v. Virginia decision

Some Americans may be surprised to learn that interracial marriage is not codified into federal law. Rather, the legality of the franchise rests on the Supreme Court's 1967 Loving v



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Allison Wiltz

Womanist Scholar bylines @ Oprah Daily, Zora, GEN, Momentum, GEN, EIC Cultured, AfroSapiophile #WEOC Founder ☕️