The Senate passed a bill protecting same-sex and interracial marriage.
The Respect for Marriage Act, which would codify same-sex and interracial marriage, passed a key hurdle to becoming law Monday evening.
The Senate voted to move forward with the Respect for Marriage Act with a bipartisan majority of 62 on Wednesday.
"Seriously, you guys are outstepping the stereotype and I love it," said the wedding guest in a viral TikTok video.
Goldberg is not the first to allude to Thomas' silence on the landmark ruling in Loving v. Virginia that protects interracial marriages in the U.S.
Several viewers drew comparisons to the horror film Get Out. "Lemme find out Jordan Peele directed this hot mess of a wedding," said one comment.
The Indiana Democratic Party said the Republican senator was "embarrassing" for the state's residents.
"Stick with interpreting the law," Braun said. "Don't legislate from the bench."
Alfonso Ribeiro has been married to his wife Angela Unkrich since October 2012, and together they have three children.
I traveled half a world to settle in America. I will raise my family here. I will not allow misguided teachings to tarnish the sanctity of my marriage, invalidate my experience, and create divisions and chaos in my family.
"Another black brother lost and confused," one person responded to the photo.
In one circuit court where marriage licenses are processed, there are 230 available races to choose from, including historically outdated terms such as "Mulatto," "Octoroon" and "Aryan."
There was a bit of divide along party lines on the subject, with 28 percent of Republicans and 12 percent of Democrats replying that interracial marriage was morally wrong.
Only 4 percent of British whites have settled down with someone outside their racial background.
Very few will express outright support for the alt-right, white nationalism or neo-Nazism. But that doesn't mean they don't have similar ideas and attitudes.
Fifty years after the U.S. Supreme court deemed anti-miscegenation unlawful, interracial marriage is up 17 percent.
The upcoming Supreme Court deliberations on marriage equality should consider Loving v. Virginia.