Tomorrow is the 40th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, the 9-0 SCOTUS decision that eliminated anti-miscegenation laws within the United States. NPR has a remembrance of this opinion, the people behind it, and the status of interracial relationships in America today.
2008-09 ACS Chapter Leadership
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Assistant Media Chairs:
- 2006-07 ACS Board Bids You Adieu!
- Drinking Like It's a Dentist Convention
- ACS Speaker in the News
- The Blog Remains the Same
- 2nd Amendment Basis or Objective Basis for Firearm...
- Neal Katyal: Lead Counsel for Hamdan
- Gone Are the Brethren
- Summer Funding Restrictions Courtesy the Catholic ...
- SCOTUS Haiku with Professor Michael Dorf
- Climate Change, Public Goods, and Standing
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Monday, June 11, 2007