10th annual celebration!
ask opponents of interracial marriage & same-sex marriage
Rita Kamani-Renedo reports back from Chicago
Presented by The Audre Lorde Project's SAFE OUTside the System, an anti-violence program
A great 4 minute video documenting a great day! You can spot CBBG at 2:43
Podcast about the changing history of marriage in the United States
Celebrate Loving v. Virginia ~ Free ~ Multicultural ~ Family Friendly ~ Waterfront
via The New York Times: "But when I fell in love with Daniel, my whiteness no longer told the whole story."
Filmmaker Nancy Buirski talks about the making of The Loving Story and what inspired her.
What does this 1967 movie have to do with President Obama?
"For Asian-American Couples, A Tie that Binds"
The Pew Research Center released new data on The Rise of Intermarriage: Rates, Characteristics Vary by Race and Gender.
Photographs of the post-screening discussion of Spike Lee's Jungle Fever.
"You think of yourself as a colored man, I think of myself as a man." - John Prentice (Sidney Poitier) in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
“Where are the brothers?” - from Something New
Watch Spike Lee’s iconic 1991 movie about mixed-heritage relationships, Jungle Fever, and hear how three panelists respond to the movie 20 years later.