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Emily Badger Becca DannayWorks Cited
Primary Sources
“Full Faith and Credits.”
. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Dec. 2011.<http://www.law.cornell.edu//>.This is a primary source that gives the meaning and the wording of the “Full Faith andCredits Clause” These are laws that give equal rights to all humans. We were able to usethis on Virginia’s Background page.Hirschkop, Philip. Interview.
 Loving v. Virginia
. http://www.aclu.org/-justice/attorney-philip-hirschkop-discusses-landmark-loving-v-virginia-case. 2 May 2008. Interview RealPodcast file. Transcript.This source is an exclusive interview with the attorney of the Lovings. His interviewgives a direct first account of how the case played out. We used his audio on our projectand learn from a first account what happened.Loving, Mildred. Interview by Dionne Walker.
. usaToday, n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2011. <http://www.usatoday.com///2007-06-10-loving_N.htm>.This is an interview with Mildred Loving. I learned what she thought about the trial andhow she was able to deal with the court case. We used her words in our project andshowed her side of things.
Loving, Mildred, Mrs. Interview.
 ABC News
. ABC News. 1967.
 ABC news
. 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.
6 May 2008: n. pag.
. 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.”
. 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
how Virginia was wrong and no single state can have a law that goes against the 14thAmendment. It says how it was unconstitutional and that the convictions have to bereversed. In plain black and white, it states how wrong Virginia was. This was the mostuseful source that we used in this project. We used it on almost every page, in almosteverything that we worked on. Without this source, research would have been muchharder United States Constitution. Pub. L. IV. Stat. 17 Sept. 1787. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Jan. 2012.<http://constitutionus.com/>.This is the United States Constitution. It is the fundamental system of our Governmentand our Laws. We used this in our project for the section of Full, Faith, and Credits. TheLovings should have been able to get married in Washington, DC and move to their homein Virginia because of the Full, Faith, and Credit Clause (Article IV) of the USConstitution.Whole court case.
. Web. 7 Dec. 2011. <http://www.oyez.org//-1969//_395>.This is the oral argument of the case of Loving v. Virginia. This tells us all of the justicesand what they voted for. We used this on our project for the supreme court page of our website. We used this to know exactly what was said and how the court case page playedout.
Secondary Sources
. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Dec. 2011. <http://www.blackpast.org/?q=perspectives/-comes-naturally-loving-v-virginia-case-historical-perspective>.This website is a secondary source in which uses primary sources to further its

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