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Integration, activism, courage

ABOVE: Hamilton Holmes and Charlayne Hunter on the day they graduated from the University of Georgia.

IN HONOR OF BLACK HISTORY month, I am counting down 28 — because there are 28 days in February — young African Americans (or groups of African Americans) who played significant roles in breaking racial barriers and/or fighting injustice before and during the Civil Rights Movement. 539 more words

The History of Loving Day

June 12th happens to be my stepdaughter’s birthday, but this year, it takes on even greater significance for our family — and thousands of others in the United States. 808 more words


Loving Day Reading Photos

Almost a month later, I’m finally getting around to posting photos.

The second in my series of “Unsung Holiday” poetry readings, the Loving Day reading… 257 more words

CupPL Event

Monday Music: Twenty years of being a mum

Last week, while it was still Loving Day in the US, my son (AM) celebrated his 20th birthday. Loving Day commemorates a landmark US court case in 1967 which made… 800 more words


Meetup: Loving Day Celebration- Kansai Style!

Posted by Jayme Tsutsuse. Click here to visit our Meetup group and find out how you can join our future events!

I cannot think of a better way to spend a Saturday than having a picnic with CCK and We Are One to celebrate the 47th anniversary of Loving Day! 343 more words


Mixed Up Love

For those of us of mixed racial identity, every relationship is an interracial one. It’s interesting to reflect, as I have been today on Loving Day… 338 more words


Happy Loving Day! Read my essay today @ Black & Poly

Happy Loving Day to all those who celebrate it.  I wrote a bit about it from a polyamory perspective, and it’s posted today @ Black & Poly.   58 more words