Loving vs. Virginia: A Documentary Novel of the Landmark Civil Rights Case - “Mildred, Two Months Later, March 1959” through “Mildred, Two Months Later, November 1963” Summary & Analysis

Powell, Patricia Hruby
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The next chapter is “Mildred, Two Months Later, March 1959.” Mildred hates the sights, sounds, and smells of the city. She longs for home. They are staying with Mildred's cousin Alex and his family. Richard helps pay the household bills, but the apartment is overcrowded. At Easter, Richard and Mildred drive back to Central Point, planning to celebrate Easter with their families. In keeping with what their lawyer, Mr. Beazley, told them, Richard spends nights with his parents and Mildred stays with hers. Sheriff Brooks arrives and arrests Mildred and Richard, though they argue that they are not sleeping in the same house. At the jail, Mr. Beazley arrives. After he talks with the sheriff and judge, he tells Mildred and Richard that they are not being charged. However, they cannot return to Virginia at...

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