When did the US Constitution allow interracial marriage

It worked the other way around: in 1967, the Supreme Court declared all State laws prohibiting interracial marriage that still existed, unconstitutional.Before then, most ‘northern’ States either had never had laws prohibiting interracial marriage, or had repealed them already before 1967. It was almost all the Southern States that still had those laws in 1967.

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