Lacey Schwartz

writer, director and producer

Guest

Director of the documentary Little White Lie

Lacey Schwartz on KCRW

In 1967 the Supreme Court legalized interracial marriage. The case was called Loving v. Virginia. Richard and Mildred Loving sued the state of Virginia for not allowing them to marry.

'The Loving Generation' explores what it means to be biracial

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The parents of Rachel Dolezal appeared on the Today Show this morning to talk about their daughter.

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The parents of Rachel Dolezal appeared on the Today Show this morning to talk about their daughter.

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Lacey Schwartz's new documentary, "Little White Lie" examines what happens when you've identified as white your whole life only to find out as a teenager that you're actually black.

Little White Lie

Lacey Schwartz's new documentary, "Little White Lie" examines what happens when you've identified as white your whole life only to find out as a teenager that you're actually black.

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