Chicago Responds to Supreme Court Debate on Equal Marriage Rights, #2

Originally published May 4, 2015

Kim L. Hunt, Executive Director, Affinity Community Services.

On April 28th, LGBTs and allies in Chicago joined pro-equal rights activists around the country to push for a Supreme Court decision recognizing equal marriage rights from coast to coast.

The goal is to finally get LGBTs recognized as deserving protection under the “equal protection” clause of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, and with that, pave the way not only for the equal right to marry, but also equal access to jobs, housing and public accommodations.

Click here or on the photo above to watch Chicago Access Network TV’s covreage of Chicago’s April 28th event.

Detailed analysis of the Court’s April 28th oral arguments will appear in a forthcoming issue of this newsletter.

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