The Path to (Marriage) Equality

November 24, 2014

“That’s going to be the work of your generation, to try and figure out – for those of you interested in working in social justice – how to take LGBT rights and operationalize them politically, on the ground, so that those who have LGBT experiences and identities, and others as well, have the kinds of dignity, autonomy, and equality that the marriage equality decision will purport to deliver for everybody.”

–Professor Marc Spindelman speaking about the 6th Circuit’s decision on marriage equality at a panel discussion, also featuring Chris Geidner ’05 (legal editor at Buzzfeed), professor Ruth Colker, and professor Chris Walker


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