Chicago Responds to Supreme Court Oral Arguments on LGBT Rights, #1

Originally published May 4, 2015

Supreme Court oral arguments

Mary Lou Finn represented Neighbors for Peace, a group that advocates social justice and peace which is active primarily in Evanston and the far north side of Chicago.  She is a retired clinical social worker and has spent much of her adult life volunteering for organizations that support human rights for members of disadvantaged groups. 

Equality for All, NOT SomeOpposition to equal rights is bigotry
Kim Hunt, Affinity Community Services

Kim L. Hunt is Executive Director of Affinity Community Services, has over 25 years of experience in advocacy and public policy work. This year Affinity is celebrating is 20th anniversary of working with and on behalf of Black LGBTQ communities and queer youth. Kim has been executive director for 6 years.

John Harness, Socialist Alternative

John Harness is a Chicago Branch Committee member of Socialist Alternative, a socialist political party fighting for working class liberation that stands in political solidarity with the Committee for a Workers International (CWI). John is also an arts and sex educator who lives in Hyde Park. 

Supreme Court oral arguments
Women's liberation movement activist Terry Moon

Terry Moon has been an active organizer in the Women’s Liberation Movement since 1967, and is the editor of News & Letters.

Equal love, equal rights
73-year-old seeks heterosexual privileges NOW

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