Love beyond raceIt's amazing how a love story like this can bring tears to your eyes. Love is beyond color, race, ethnicity, gender or any other thing.
Meet Ana Maria and Ambrosio Lopes. They’ve been together for 60 years.
They now have a large friendly family, but at one time they had to fight for their right to love each other.
Ana Maria and Ambrosio first met in Rio de Janeiro in the mid-1950s, and they immediately fell in love. But Ana Maria’s family opposed their relationship, because the two lovers had a different skin color and social status.
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