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It really is dependent on where you are in the country and also the locale."Even in the South, interracial couples are common enough that oftentimes no one notices them, even in a state like Virginia, Hirschkop said."I was sitting in a restaurant and there was a mixed couple sitting at the next table and they were kissing and they were holding hands," he said.
"They'd have gotten hung for something like 50 years ago and no one cared – just two people could pursue their lives.
Some of those laws went beyond black and white, prohibiting marriages between whites and Native Americans, Filipinos, Indians, Asians, and in some states "all non-whites."The Lovings, a working-class couple from a deeply rural community, weren't trying to change the world and were media-shy, said one of their lawyers, Philip Hirschkop, who now lives in Lorton, Va.
They simply wanted to be married and raise their children in Virginia.
While many are outraged at the detainment of Django Unchained actress Daniele Watts, not all are shocked.