Freedom to Marry was launched in 2003 by Evan Wolfson, the civil rights attorney generally considered the architect of the national marriage equality movement. From a prophetic vision once shared by only a few, the marriage movement has rapidly gained traction with the American public, and in the past decade, secured the freedom to marry in six states and the District of Columbia. But many challenges remain. Forty-four states continue to exclude same-sex couples from marriage, and the federal government refuses to honor the marriages of thousands of legally-wed same-sex couples, depriving them of the 1,000+ federal protections and responsibilities that come with marriage. For more information visit www.freedomtomarry.org
Spring 2014 Events!
Marriage Equality Wall Display
Monday, Jan. 27th- Friday, Jan. 31st.
Check out our informational wall display on the lower level of the TLC
What's Next for Marriage Equality Event
Wednesday, Jan. 29th at 6:00 PM in the Student Diversity Center (TLC 229)
Join us for a casual discussion about the current state and future of Marriage Equality in Idaho. This event is presented in conjunction with the College of Law's OUTLaws. Everyone is welcome!