MINNEAPOLIS – Interracial marriages became legal on June 12, 1967. Fifty years ago, thanks to Mildred and Richard Loving.

While it was a major victory, couples of different races still face challenges. So we wanted to revisit our story on Minneapolis-artist Leslie Barlow and her art that captures diverse relationships. The show was covered nationally by Vice Magazine and The Huffington Post.

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