Use this cool interactive map to see how the laws against interracial marriage changed over time and from state to state.
The Loving Story
Learn about the real-life adventure of a couple in love, who fought the law, and won. This is the story of Richard and Mildred Loving.
The Last Laws To Go
Read about the laws against interracial couples that stayed on the books as late as 1998 and 2000.
Read the proposed constitutional amendment that would have banned interracial marriage nationwide, and learn how the 14th Amendment protects our rights.
The case of Loving v. Virginia (1967) was built on the strength of other civil rights legislation that preceded it.
Read about some of the most important cases on the road to the legalization of interracial couples, including Loving v. Virginia (1967).