Today marks 50 years since the Supreme Court case, Loving vs. 50 years ago it was illegal for my husband and I to be married. I have written about them many times (The Loving Story) and will be forever grateful that they fought for their love..ultimately, for ours.On this special day, my husband and I had the honor of being interviewed by KPBS radio about interracial marriage and what the Loving's mean to us.Shows stream directly from the host page during live broadcasts, and are archived as podcasts.
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January 23, 2014 Special Guest: Janis Minor Forté Janis Minor Forté is a genealogist, writer and lecturer who have received awards and citations for her research achievements.
She is a member of several societies, including the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), the National Genealogical Society (NGS), the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors (ISFHWE), the Illinois State Genealogical Society (ISGS), the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, (AAHGS), the Afro-American Genealogical and Historical Society of Chicago (AAGHSC) and others.
I decided to ask her a few questions about any struggles they may have faced being an interracial couple.
Heart Beat (Deborrah Cooper), a social researcher, dating expert, author and advice columnist, serves as producer and host of The Date Smarter, Not Harder Relationships Talk Show.
With almost 20 years of relationship industry experience, Ms. Join Deborrah and exciting guests as they discuss a wide variety of relationships based subject matter on Sunday nights at p.m.
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Listen here: KPBS Interview Happy 50th anniversary to all of us!!!
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