Evan Wolfson: Amendment will tie hands of future generations
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Evan Wolfson, executive director of the national Freedom to Marry, spoke to students at the University of North Carolina School of Law on Monday. In a video released by the statewide Equality North Carolina, Wolfson tells the students that the impending anti-LGBT constitutional amendment banning marriage, civil unions and domestic partnerships will tie the hands of future generations.
After the law school speaking engagement, Durham-based blogger Pam Spaulding had the opportunity to sit down with Wolfson. She taped her interview.
See the law school and Wolfson interview videos below.
Wolfson is scheduled to speak again today at a conversation hosted by Raleigh’s NC Policy Watch and Equality North Carolina. Other speakers include University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Law Professors Maxine Eichner and Holning Lau, as well as Stuart Campbell, executive director of Equality North Carolina.
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