Virginia was decided in favor of Mildred and Richard Loving, a mixed-race Virginia couple who married in Washington, D. Inthe Lovings were sentenced to prison for "cohabiting as man and wife, against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth," but fought back. Eight years later, the Supreme Court deemed anti-miscegenation laws unconstitutional. Today, 1 in 6 marriages in the United States are between people of different races or ethnicities. Between the years an the British colonies in the New World that became U. In when Loving v. Virginia was decided, 16 states still banned mixed marriages, while a century prior they had been outlawed in more than half of the existing states.
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Next, we consider how technology may impact social relations in the context of health. New technologies have been found to directly influence health due to the possibilities they generate to better connect with others.
There is concern that the latest forms of contact and communication threaten community in the U. In sum, opportunities to enhance social relations through new technologies may initiate new ways to think about how social relations influence health and well-being.
New ways to create and sustain social relations may represent viable alternative sources for developing a sense of community in situations where mobility is limited or restricted.