Phil Duran Posts

The Civil Rights Act at 50: Celebrating The Effort To Kill It Off

The early 1960s were a time of powerful social ferment, as Americans increasingly demanded an end to racial discrimination in a wide range of everyday activities, throughout the country. President John F. Kennedy advocated for […]

Law: In Your Court

Admit it: when you voted November 6, excited to select myriad elected officials and to weigh in on two constitutional amendments, your eyes probably glazed over a bit when it came to the list of […]

The State of Marriage

In the fall of 2010, many in the GLBT community nationwide were struck by a surprising fact:  for the first time in recent memory, same-sex couples’ right to marry was not on the ballot anywhere in […]

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