Sunday, August 7, 2016
37: Gay Marriage Impacts Racial Justice (In a Bad Way)
This is a lecture I delivered at Notre Dame for Students for Child-Oriented Policy. In this lecture I discuss how gay marriage grew out of problematic jurisprudence regarding American Indians (anti-genocide law), Latinos (immigration), and African Americans (slavery). Much of this comes from Jephthah's Daughters: Innocent Casualties in the War for Family Equality.