Loving, Mildred, Mrs. Interview.
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. Web. 28 Nov. 2011.<http://abcnews.go.com//?id=3278653>.This is a Primary Source Interview. We learned first account how Mrs. Loving felt aboutthe police storming into her house in the middle of the night. She explains how she didn’trealize that it was illegal to marry separate races. This made us think about her actualfeelings about everything going on, not just that she wanted to live with her husband. Itmade us see that it was really hard and a long process to get what they ultimately wantedin the end. We used this in our project for the pages that targeted the Lovings and howthey felt, and what they did during the case. We quoted her many times throughout thewebsite.
Loving v. Virginia
. Http://supreme.justia.com////.html. PDF file.This is from the Supreme Court files and gives the whole court case. It has all the lawsand reasons both sides are fighting. We used this in the project to compare and contrast both arguments, and explain why the Lovings won.
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. Web. 4 Dec. 2011. <http://www.pbs.org///.html?mod=0&pkg=6052008&seg=4>.This video clip from PBS is an interview this Benard Cohen, one of the Lovings’lawyers. This clip gives us a direct link how the case went and how the Lovings felt; wecould use this clip on the Lovings’ Take and the Loving’s Backround page.Supreme Court of the United States. Supreme Court of the United States. “388 U.S. 1.”
LOVING ET UX v. VIRGINIA
. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Nov. 2011.<http://law2.umkc.edu/////.html>.This is the Justices’ ruling on the case given by Mr. Chief Justice Warren. This states