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The Loving Project

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia by documenting the experiences of interracial married couples in the United States.
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Sep 23, 2017

Kevin and Lisa have been married since 2009. They live in New Jersey, where they're raising two young daughters.

Lisa is white, and grew up in Northeast Pennsylvania. Kevin is Korean and was raised in Western Pennsylvania by his adopted parents, who are white.

In this episode of the Loving Project, they talk about their multiracial family, some of the incorrect assumptions people make based on the way they look, and how the complicated relationship with race and culture that Kevin has as an adoptee.

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Sep 11, 2017

Len and Fernando met and started dating in 1981 but they didn't get married until 2014, over 3 decades later. They literally fought for the right to marry; they were among several LGBT couples who were plaintiffs in the lawsuit that resulted in the legalization of same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania, a year before the US Supreme Court decision on marriage quality.

Len is white and grew up in Vermont; Fernando is Cuban-Chinese and grew up in Florida. They live in Philadelphia with their adopted daughter, who is African-American.

 

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