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New York City Council officially recognizes Loving Day

The New York City Council officially recognized Loving Day (the global education and diversity celebration I founded) with a 2014 resolution. It was especially meaningful since I founded Loving Day in New York City, and I host the annual Flagship Celebration here as well. Special thanks to Manhattan 4th District Council Member Daniel Garodnick for …

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Los Angeles City Council officially recognizes Loving Day

The Mixed Roots Film and Literary Festival in Los Angeles was the largest Loving Day Celebration on the west coast in 2012. I was honored to join the festival organizers at City Hall as they were acknowledged by the city council and received an official Loving Day resolution from the city council. Special thanks to …

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Loving Day officially recognized in the Lovings’ home town

Loving Day (the global education and diversity celebration I founded) is named after Loving v. Virginia (1967), the landmark Supreme Court decision that declared all laws against interracial marriage to be unconstitutional. The plaintiffs in that case, Richard and Mildred Loving, were from Caroline County, VA. It was therefore especially meaningful when the Caroline County …

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