Interracial Relationships that Changed History. Mildred and Richard Loving

Interracial Relationships that Changed History. Mildred and Richard Loving

With Bahá’í frontrunner Abdu’l-Bahá declaring their staunch help for interracial marriages, Louis and Louisa had been hitched in 1912 in ny, becoming the initial interracial Bahá’í couple. Louis Gregory became a very good advocate for racial unity both in america along with within the Bahá’í community; his most crucial expression of this teachings of his faith originate from his wedding. The couple remained married for almost 40 years, until Louis Gregory’s death in 1951 despite countless obstacles. More