11 #LovingDay tweets on Loving v. Virginia's 50th anniversary that will make you smile

Mildred Loving and her husband, Richard Loving, are pictured in a file photo from Jan. 26, 1965.
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Mildred Loving and her husband, Richard Loving, are pictured in a file photo from Jan. 26, 1965.
Source: Uncredited/AP

Interracial marriage was legalized 50 years ago Monday in the Loving v. Virginia case — and people on Twitter are celebrating the landmark decision in perhaps the most adorable way.

With the hashtag #LovingDay, people are sharing family pictures and Pinterest-worthy wedding shots. Let's take a look of some of the heartwarming stories.

Some people celebrated by sharing pictures of their parents in their heydays:

Others shared perfect relationship selfies:

There were some amazing wedding photos:

And, finally, a few family pictures:


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Princess-India Alexander

Princess-India is currently an intern at The Movement. As a senior at the Medill School of Journalism she runs the school's only black-interest publication, BlackBoard Magazine and in the past she has worked with In These Times, the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.

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