Jul 20, 2006 · Childbearing, freedom and equality

Davis pursued stays of Bunning’s orders from the Sixth Circuit, which denied her requests because it found minimal likelihood of success on the merits, and from the Supreme Court, which quickly rejected her petition without comment. Davis asked that Judge Bunning order Governor Beshear to relieve her of her licensing duty, but the Governor contended that only the legislature possessed this authority and Bunning denied the request. When she continued disobeying the judge’s orders, he sentenced Davis to jail for contempt. Bunning released her five days later after she pledged not to interfere with license issuance. This dispute proved extremely contentious, because equality champions asserted that Davis was denying same-sex couples the constitutional right to marry and the corresponding benefits that the majority addressed, and her supporters argued that she was being deprived of religious freedom.

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He uses the violence to greatly expand and intensify the Bureau's operations against the Freedom Movement and all other organizations and movements he considers "Un-American," — both North South.

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Under these plans, separate (and unequal) white and "Colored" school systems are still maintained, but parents are "free" to choose which school — white or "Colored" — their child is to attend.

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Because certain states and numerous localities have instituted complete equality too slowly, they must expeditiously implement equality by consulting efforts in Maryland, Wisconsin, and other jurisdictions that have promptly and easily implemented thorough equality. If state or local officers proceed too slowly, individuals or groups who have filed previous cases might want to reopen them and even urge courts to hold resistant officials in contempt. Should those parties forego lawsuits, others harmed by the failure to implement equality may contemplate litigation that would vindicate their rights. Jurisdictions and localities must also guarantee that initiatives to attain equality do not threaten religious liberty but that attempts to safeguard religious freedom do not undercut marriage equality.

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On December 4th, 1964, the MFDP files official notice with the House of Representatives that they are challenging the election in the three Mississippi Congressional districts where Hamer, Gray, and Devine ran on the Freedom Ballot.

South African History Online (SAHO) has over the past four years developed a series of programmes to mark the role of women in the struggle for freedom and equality.

George Soros is founder and chair of the Open Society Foundations.

Freedom for All Americans will be funded by established backers of the gay rights movement, including the Gill Foundation, the American Unity Fund, and businessmen such as Paul Singer and Daniel Loeb, but it will also work to expand its donor base and involve new supporters. Rafter said that a variety of backers, including major Republican and Democratic donors, will allow the campaign to move forward in a bi-partisan spirit.

from the magazine Growth, Not Equality American history shows that expanding the economy benefits everyone.

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In the following months, Malcolm is invited to speak at an MFDP support rally in Harlem, Fannie Lou Hamer and the SNCC Freedom Singers participate in an OAU event organized by Malcolm, and in February of 1965, at SNCC's invitation Malcolm addresses a mass meeting in Selma Alabama at the height of the voting rights struggle.

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William N. Eskridge, Jr., Gaylaw: Challenging the Apartheid of the Closet (1999) (analyzing the American legal issues concerning gender and sexual nonconformity); (2013) (chronicling the American gay rights and marriage equality movements); (2014) (describing the political history of marriage equality).