5 Stories to Read This NYC Pride Weekend

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    The legacy of Hollingsworth v. Perry, the trial that stripped away half-truths to get at the facts of same-sex marriage
    In his book, "Speak Now," Professor Kenji Yoshino argues that the Perry trial was “the most rigorous, comprehensive, and thoughtful conversation we’ve ever had in any forum on same-sex marriage in the country.” Read more: http://ow.ly/YzRh301n3qK
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    What's the connection between our abilities to love and to resist injustice?
    In his 20th book, Why Love Leads to Justice: Love Across the Boundaries, Professor David Richards examines the private lives and public voices of groundbreaking 20th-century artists and thinkers, and traces the connection between boundary-breaking love and the ability to resist injustice. Read more: http://ow.ly/n6OE301n3G1
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    Roberta Kaplan, litigator who defeated DOMA at the Supreme Court, revisits United States v. Windsor
    In a candid conversation with Dean Trevor Morrison, Kaplan discussed her personal connection to the landmark case that overturned the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)—the first and only case she has argued before the Supreme Court. Read more: http://ow.ly/NnDH301n3Nr
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    An address from Andrew Tobias, author of the classic coming-out memoir, "The Best Little Boy in the World"
    Tobias delivered the keynote at “‘It Is So Ordered’: Social Change and the Campaign for Marriage Equality,” a symposium held in honor of Thomas Stoddard ’77. Read more: http://ow.ly/ffbu301n4G8
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    Iván Espinoza-Madrigal ’05 discusses his career in LGBT rights, immigration rights, and HIV law and policy
    This past January, OUTLaw, NYU Law’s organization for LGBTQ students and their allies, honored Espinoza-Madrigal as Alumnus of the Year. Read more: http://ow.ly/WTZo301n3tl