Blog of Rights

“We Still Have to Protest This?”

By Joel Engardio, ACLU at 4:38pm

Free speech unplugged, unfettered. With a handheld camera, Anthony Romero, Executive Director of the ACLU, documented the debate for and against same-sex marriage outside the California Supreme Court last Thursday.

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While the legal arguments were made inside the courthouse, the crowd gathered outside made their opinions known. It's a true First Amendment moment, where all points of view — even the "B.S." — are defended by the ACLU.

Learn more about what the ACLU is doing for same-sex marriage at: www.tell-three.org and www.aclu.org/lgbt.

EDITOR'S NOTE: A previous version of this blog post was titled "We Still Have to Protest This B.S.?"

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