(source: hrw.org)

S. E. Williams | Black Voice News

“All of us who are openly gay are living and writing the history of our movement. We are no more – and no less – heroic than the suffragists and abolitionists of the 19th century; and the labor organizers, Freedom Riders, Stonewall demonstrators, and environmentalists of the 20th century. We are ordinary people, living our lives, and trying as civil-rights activist Dorothy Cotton said, to ‘fix what ain’t right’ in our society.”

– Senator Tammy Baldwin

 

I cannot say I was surprised when the Supreme Court rendered its unanimous decision Thursday, June 17 or that it avoided the hard question of whether freedom of religion supersedes an individual’s civil rights.

S.E. Williams

Stephanie E. Williams is an award winning investigative reporter, editor and activist who has contributed to several Inland Empire publications. Williams spent more than thirty years as a middle-manager...

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