June 12, 1967. This date in history is extremely important to those of mixed heritage. On this date, Mildred and Richard Loving won their U.S. Supreme Court case when the Court ruled that laws banning interracial marriage were unconstitutional. They were allowed to move back to Virginia, the state they were born and raised in, were formerly imprisoned in and later forced out of. They could be married, love each other and raise their children without fear of being arrested.
If it were not for them, many, if not all, mixed individuals would not exist today.
We celebrate them- their sacrifice and their victory with The Loving Collection.
Our stickers are made of thick, durable vinyl that protects them from scratches, water and sunlight.