Annual Loving Civil Rights Award 

Named for the couple that fought the ultimate form of housing discrimination when they were barred from living in Virginia because of their interracial marriage, our annual Mildred & Richard Loving Civil Rights Award honors civil rights leaders and thinkers, those who have worked to change the course of history, those who have challenged how history is written, and those who are making history today.   All proceeds from this event benefit the Connecticut Fair Housing Center’s work to ensure that all people have equal access to the housing opportunities of their choice, free from discrimination.

Mildred and Richard Loving

Mildred and Richard Loving

Save the Date:

25th Anniversary Celebration

& 11th Annual Loving Award Reception

Thursday, May 30th, 2019
The Tavern at Keney Park

Click here for more details about this year’s special 25th anniversary events!





For a listing of previous years’ honorees, click here.



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About Mildred and Richard Loving

To learn more about Mildred and Richard Loving and their Supreme Court victory, check out the 2016 feature film or the 2012 documentary.

Photo credit, image of Mildred and Richard Loving: CORBIS/Bettman

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