50 years later on, interracial partners nevertheless face hostility from strangers

50 years later on, interracial partners nevertheless face hostility from strangers

WASHINGTON — Fifty years after Mildred and Richard Loving’s landmark legal challenge shattered the laws and regulations against interracial wedding within the U.S., some partners of various races nevertheless talk of facing discrimination, disapproval and often outright hostility from their other Americans.

Even though the racist legislation against blended marriages have died, a few interracial partners stated in interviews they nevertheless get nasty looks, insults or even physical violence when individuals check out their relationships. More