At the Oscars, Celebrities Wear Blue A.C.L.U. Ribbons

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Image From left, Ruth Negga, Luz Towns-Miranda, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Karlie Kloss.Credit Noel West for The New York Times The device of the night at the Oscars is not a glossy designer clutch or a strappy stiletto.– ACLU National(@ACLU) Feb. 26, 2017 Ruth Negga, nominated for the very best starlet award for her portrayal of Mildred Loving in “Caring, “used the ribbon with a red floor-sweeping Valentino dress. “Caring” is based upon the real story of a couple who were gotten rid of from Virginia for their interracial marital relationship.

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The A.C.L.U. used up the case and brought all of it the way to the United States Supreme Court, which overruled miscegenation laws– those that enforced partition in intimate relationships– in 1967.

Picture The A.C.L.U. ribbon.Credit Richard Shotwell/Invision, by means of Associated Press Lin-Manuel Miranda, nominated for finest initial song, used a ribbon, too(as did his mother, Luz Towns-Miranda). He paired his with a somewhat more low-key choice than Ms. Negga’s: a tuxedo from San Marko Formals in Yonkers, N.Y., the very same location that supplied his outfit for senior prom in 1998.

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Feb. 26, 2017 The model Karlie Kloss connected the small blue accessory to her white Stella McCartney gown, and Barry Jenkins, nominated for finest director for “Moonlight,” matched it with a Dior Homme tuxedo.

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Feb. 27, 2017 And Busy Phillips, best understood for her function in the television show “Cougar Town,” wore hers with a strapless green sheath.

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