When and Where is the Celebration?
Are you in a Black Woman / Non-Black Individual relationship, marriage, or family?
The Illinois Interracial Network Exchange (INE) is hosting a family-friendly Loving Day gathering this Saturday, June 13, 2009 from 12 - 3 p.m. at the free and public Chicago Cultural Center (wheelchair accessible) to celebrate the landmark June 12, 1967 Supreme Court Loving v. Virginia decision, commemorate the Lovings and their struggle, and show support to fellow AA goddesses establishing and sustaining interracial relationships and families.
- PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (if feasible, reduce your carbon footprint)
1. Metra = Randolph Street Station on the Electric and South Shore lines (Pedway elevator goes right up to 1st Floor)
2. El = Randolph Station on the orange, brown, green, and purple train lines
3. CTA = 3, 4, 6, 14, 20, 56, 124, 145, 147, 151, 157 bus lines
Our primary goal is to network with great people, discuss current issues facing couples, share information and resources, and basically have fun!
Please feel free to e-mail INE with any questions or RSVPs, and also take a peek at any of the following popular links exploring Black women in interracial relationships:
Additionally, please consider subscribing to the Yahoo! Groups "Black Women Who Date Interracially", a New York City-based support group for black female members statewide and all over the world who have interracial relationships (the beautiful JPEG was used from their official group link):
Thanks for your interest and we look forward to seeing you there!!! :-D