http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2014/02/05/the-unknown-supreme-court-decision-that-changed-everything-for-gays/ The Case That Changed Everything and the Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C. by Brookings scholar and author Jon Rauch.
On the eve of his 90th birthday, retired attorney Eric Julber at home in Carmel, is proud of his 1958 landmark Supreme Court victory in One, Inc. v Oleson–the case […]
The Order Newly discovered original documents at the One Archives at the University of Southern California Libraries reveal inspiring editorial and personal courage backed by a stand-up young lawyer into […]
Wells Fargo is brilliant. The bank created an exciting mural in a Washington, D.C. branch featuring pickets from the old Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C., led by founder Frank Kameny. […]
Click below to hear Senator Alan Simpson Senator Alan Simpson (ret.-WY) addresses the courtroom (October 23): “Americans need to know this story!” (to Defense Counsel Mindy Daniels and her client […]
Senator Joe McCarthy faces Criminal Conspiracy and Blackmail Charges with Senators Styles Bridges and Herman Welker Mock Trial in Washington, DC on October 23 All Souls Church Unitarian September […]
“Our tendency to ‘lean over backwards’ to rule against a homosexual is simply a manifestation of the revulsion which homosexuality inspires in the normal person….most men look upon homosexuality as […]
Texas’ largest GLBT archive, created and maintained at the University of North Texas in Denton, was brought into the production of Matthew McConaughey’s Oscar-winning peformance and film, “The Dallas Buyer’s […]