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New Haven, CT: Freedom to Marry Archives Open House at Yale

Open House at Manuscripts and Archives, at Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, 128 Wall St, New Haven, CT. In honor of Evan Wolfson '78 and his contributions to society. receiving the 2016 Yale-Jefferson Award for Public Service

Freedom to Marry was the campaign that won same-sex marriage in the United States and ignited a global movement. Freedom to Marry’s “Roadmap to Victory” national strategy focused from the beginning on setting the stage for a national victory at the Supreme Court by winning a critical mass of states, building a critical mass of public support, and ending federal marriage discrimination. Freedom to Marry worked with numerous partner organizations and allies on a campaign that combined litigation, legislative work, organizing, public education, electoral strategies, fundraising, and the hard work of changing hearts and minds.


Selections from the paper archive will be available for viewing and archivists who worked with Freedom to Marry to preserve the archive will be available to answer questions.


Where: Manuscripts and Archives, Sterling Memorial Library, 128 Wall Street, New Haven, CT

Thursday, November 10, 2016. 2:30-4:30pm 

Cost: FREE and no RSVP is required.  


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