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One Year Ago Today: AFER brings marriage equality to the Supreme Court
One year ago today, AFER brought marriage equality to the United States Supreme Court. Take a look back:
New book documents marriage equality at the Supreme Court, draws praise
Forcing the Spring by New York Times Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Jo Becker is a behind-the-scenes account of AFER’s case against Prop. 8
Prop. 8 case documentary “The Case Against 8” wins big at Sundance Film Festival
The Case Against 8, a behind the scenes look at AFER’s federal court challenge to California’s Prop. 8 generated a lot of buzz at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Here’s what happened.
Graphic: 2013 was a historic year for marriage equality
2013 was a historic year for marriage equality. AFER took our case against Prop. 8 to the U.S. Supreme Court. And we won. But our work continues.
California Supreme Court Affirms: Prop. 8 is still dead
The California Supreme Court has rejected the Prop. 8 Proponents' baseless attempt to limit gay and lesbian couples from marrying across the state. Marriage equality remains the law of the land across all of California.
One month later: marriage equality’s Supreme Court victories
One month ago the U.S. Supreme Court decided two landmark marriage equality cases.The effects of the twin decisions, announced on June 26, 2013, were felt almost immediately.
California Supreme Court rejects Prop. 8 Proponents’ baseless attempt to immediately halt marriages
The Proponents of Proposition 8 have asked the California Supreme Court to immediately order county clerks to stop issuing marriage licenses gay and lesbian couples in the state.
Video Shows the Day Marriage Equality Returned to California
From our stirring victory at the U.S. Supreme Court to the emotional day when our plaintiffs were finally married, check out this great video about what it was like when marriage equality returned to California.
This time, it’s permanent.
The outpouring of support from people like you—our generous donors and vocal advocates—made our victory over Prop. 8 possible.
BREAKING: Gay and lesbian couples begin marrying in California
Gay and lesbian couples are now able to marry in California. Today, the Ninth Circuit lifted its stay on the historic federal court decision that ruled Prop. 8 unconstitutional.