Regionalbischof Harald Stumpf äußert sich zu der Tat.
Dezember wurde ein öffentlich aufgestellter Chanukka-Leuchter an der Gedenkstätte der ehemaligen Synagoge in Heilbronn zerstört.
The movie chronicles a quiet romance-turned-hugely-controversial-legal-battle after a white bricklayer and a woman of African American and Native American descent got married in Washington, D. Shortly after settling in their home state of Virginia, the Lovings were sentenced to a year in jail for violating that state's ban on interracial marriage.
They agreed not to return to Virginia for 25 years in exchange for a suspended sentence.
But Sara grew up in Oregon, Missouri, where no one seemed bothered by a third-grade play titled "Cotton Pickin' Days," featuring youngsters performing in blackface. The first time he encountered "White" and "Colored" restrooms was as an undergraduate at West Virginia State, a historically black college that had a sizable white commuter population. Soon after, as an ROTC cadet training in Kentucky in the late 1950s, Pat was refused a meal at a restaurant.
Later, he joined a group of his classmates for a sit-in at a lunch counter in Charleston.
In the years since, the rate of interracial marriage has increased steadily and states across the nation, including Delaware, have commemorated the anniversary of Loving v. An estimated 15 percent of all new marriages in the U. in 2010 were between spouses of a different race or ethnicity, more than double the share in 1980, according to census data.