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June 12 marks the 50th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, the landmark Supreme Court decision that invalidated state laws that restricted interracial marriage. While interracial weddings have been on the rise, only 10 percent of married people had a spouse of a different race or ethnicity.
We’d like to hear from couples in mixed-race marriages about their experiences.
We may contact you to hear more about your story. Some may be featured in our upcoming coverage of the case.
What race (or races) do you and your partner identify as? *
What, if anything, have you learned about being a mixed-race couple before and since your wedding?
What challenges, if any, have you faced in raising biracial children, if you have them?
Where and when did you marry?
City and state, or city and country, please.
What is your name?
First and last preferred, please.
What is your email address? *
We may email you to learn more about your story. Your contact information will not be published.