An Historic Love Story

By February 14, 2016 February 13th, 2018 Culture, Education, Love, Read All

The month of February brings two things to mind; Valentine’s Day and Black History Month. In recognition of both, I wanted to do what I do best; spread love and awareness. Here’s a double whammy.

Loving vs. The State of Virginia 1967 allowed interracial marriages! Just in case you weren’t taught this in school kiddos. The case was brought by Mildred Loving, a black woman, and Richard Loving, a white man, who had been sentenced to a year in prison in Virginia for marrying each other.

Laws prohibited interracial marriages between “white” and “colored” but this case was brought to the Supreme Court and a unanimous decision reversed that ridiculous law. THANK GOD!

The fact that their last name was “Loving” is no coincidence. Divinely orchestrated.

Happy Valentine’s Day and Happy Black History Month!


About Marchaan

Marchaan has been a creative writer for over seventeen years and writing professionally for thirteen. Her body of work focuses primarily on the topics of entertainment, love, relationships, self-exploration and coming of age while her passion and interests lie in beauty, cosmetics, current events and pop culture. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies from California State University Northridge where she minored in Spanish and held concentrations in language and writing. Today, Marchaan resides in the Hollywood Hills where she continues to work on her novel and write short stories and children's books in her free time.

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