Loving vs. Virginia: A Documentary Novel of the Landmark Civil Rights Case - “Mildred, Three Months Later, January 1957” through “Mildred, One Month Later, June 1958” Summary & Analysis

Powell, Patricia Hruby
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The next chapter is “Mildred, Three Months Later, January 1957.” Mildred is in labor. Mrs. Loving, as the local midwife and grandmother of the child, arrives to help. Mildred chooses to name the baby Sidney Clay. The next chapter is “Richard, One Month Later, February 1957.” After months apart, Richard arrives and asks Mildred to accept his apology and to take him back. She introduces him to Sidney and cries as she accepts Richard back in her life.

The next chapter is “Richard, Four Months Later, May 1957.” Richard and Mildred are riding in his car when the sheriff pulls them over. He tells Richard to “take that little Negress home where she belongs” (Location 2090). Richard is angry and he can tell Mildred is also angry, which prompts him to comfort her.

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