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American LGBT rights activist and a technology manager at IBM

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Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist
Episode 172- LGBTQ+ Feminist Faves: Edith Windsor & Harvey Milk

Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 76:06


For the second week of PRIDE, Keegan shares the story of Edie Windsor, a trailblazer in gay marriage, and Madigan covers Harvey Milk, one of the first openly gay elected officials in the US. Edie & Thea video mentioned in the episode:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdAErLK4ti8&ab_channel=TIMETIMEVerifiedSOURCES:https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/harvey-milk-first-openly-gay-person-elected-in-californiahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moscone%E2%80%93Milk_assassinationshttps://milkfoundation.org/about/harvey-milk-biography/https://www.history.com/topics/gay-rights/harvey-milkhttps://www.them.us/story/harvey-milk-adolescent-rootsGet your Coming Out stories to us by June 24th!     Email us at neighborhoodfeminist@gmail.comFind us on social media:      Instagram: @angryneighborhoodfeminist      Twitter: @YANFPodcast      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angryneighborhoodfeminist **Don't forget toREVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes!**

You Say Bitch Like It's a Bad Thing
043 - Rainbow Capitalism & Edith Windsor

You Say Bitch Like It's a Bad Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 77:27


Pride month is about a lot of things, but it's not about corporate greed and the manipulation of the LGBTQ+ community! Today we're talking Rainbow Capitalism and all of it's multi-colored BS! Plus, our bad bitch this week is an LGBTQ+ activist that you need to know about!

Kelley & Ray REPLAY
Edith Windsor (06/09/2021)

Kelley & Ray REPLAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021


Edith Windsor (06/09/2021) - June is Pride Month, so Kelley & Ray talk about a pioneer in the battle for equality.

Wining About Herstory
Ep65. The Lesbian Who Defeated DOMA & The Couple that Arts Together Fights Nazis Together

Wining About Herstory

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2020 93:19


This week the ladies are manically marveling about some amazing members of the LGBTQ+ community! First, Emily covers Edith 'Edie' Windsor who went from hiding her relationship with her wife Thea to fighting for same-sex couples to be legally recognized. Then, Kelley covers Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore who, when they weren't creating art and defying gender norms, were fighting Nazis! Listen now!** Mornings with u by Barradeen | https://soundcloud.com/barradeenMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unportedhttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/winingaboutherstory/overview)

Hollywood Breakthrough Show with Danielle Tillis : TV & Film | Comedy | Podcast For Entertainment Careers In TV & Film
HBS 035 Interview w_ Robbie Kaplan -Then Comes Marriage_ United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA

Hollywood Breakthrough Show with Danielle Tillis : TV & Film | Comedy | Podcast For Entertainment Careers In TV & Film

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2017 22:24


HBS 035 Interview w_ Robbie Kaplan -Then Comes Marriage_ United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA Roberta A. "Robbie" Kaplan is an American lawyer. She is the founding partner of Kaplan & Company, LLP, a law firm dedicated to commercial litigation and public interest matters, and an adjunct professor of law at Columbia University Law School. Until July 2017, she was a partner in the Litigation Department of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. Kaplan successfully argued before the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of her client, Edith Windsor, in United States v. Windsor (2013). This resulted in a landmark decision that invalidated a section of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), thus requiring the federal government to recognize same-sex marriages. Windsor led to the 2015 Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, which struck down all remaining state and federal laws against same-sex marriage across the United States. United States v. Windsor In 2009, Kaplan agreed to represent Edie Windsor pro bono. Windsor's wife, Thea Spyer, had died two years after they wed in Canada, leaving Windsor her sole heir. But because their marriage was not recognized under existing U. S. federal law, Windsor received an estate tax bill of $363,053. Windsor went to gay rights advocates seeking redress but could find no one to take her case. She was referred to Kaplan, who later recalled, "When I heard her story, it took me about five seconds, maybe less, to agree to represent her." Kaplan had been co-counsel on the unsuccessful bid for marriage equality in New York state in 2006. In a spirited exchange between Kaplan and Chief Justice John Roberts during oral arguments for the case, Roberts alleged that politicians were "falling all over themselves" to support her case. Kaplan responded, "The fact of the matter is, Mr. Chief Justice, is that no other group in recent history has been subjected to popular referenda to take away rights that have already been given or exclude those rights, the way gay people have." On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision declaring Section 3 of DOMA to be unconstitutional. Edith Windsor declared, "Robbie Kaplan said, as Martin Luther King said before her, there is no wrong time to seek justice." Roberta (Robbie) Kaplan, the founding partner at Kaplan & Company, LLP, one of the few women-led elite boutique litigation law firms has been described as a “powerhouse corporate litigator” and “pressure junkie” who “thrives on looking at the big picture” whether “in the gay-marriage legal fight or high-profile corporate scandals.”  She has been selected as one of “The 100 Most Influential Lawyers” in the United States, as a “Litigator of the Year” by The American Lawyer, and as a “Lawyer of the Year” by Above the Law. In addition to representing large institutional and corporate clients like Fitch Ratings, Airbnb, Columbia University and T-Mobile,  Robbie book “Then Comes Marriage: United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA” (W.W. Norton 2015),  was chosen by the L.A. Times and Ms. Magazine as one of the top 10 books of 2015.  In commenting on the book, President Bill Clinton called Robbie an “American hero.” Robbie has received numerous recognitions for her legal accomplishments and charitable activities, including the New York Law Journal Lifetime Achievement Award;  Financial Times Legal Innovator of the Year; the Columbia Law School Medal of Excellence; as well as an honorary doctorate from the Jewish Theological Seminary.   Kaplan wrote about United States v. Windsor in the book Then Comes Marriage: United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA. Roberta A. "Robbie" Kaplan Kaplan & Company, LLP. @kaplanrobbie   HELP SPREAD THE WORD PLEASE! SCREENWRITERS, DIRECTORS, AUTHORS, we would love to help spread the word about your Film, Book, Crowdfunding, etc., Contact us! (EMAIL: Info@hollywoodbreakthrough.com ) See Videos of  interviews at http://www.hollywoodbreakthrough.com Please subscribe to iTunes and write us a review! Follow us on  Social Media Sites |  Twitter @TheBreakThur|  Facebook: facebook.com/HollywoodBreakthroughPodcast Subscribe! Or, Please contact us for Interviews or Sponsorship of an episode!  Hollywood Breakthrough Show Website (EMAIL: Info@hollywoodbreakthrough.com )   Support Podcast :   Hollywood Hero Agent Fenix Hill  Hollywood Hero App Game Link   Scottie The Baby Dino Scottie The Baby Dino App Game Link   Gladiator Coliseum Challenge Gladiator Coliseum Challenge App Game Link    

LGBTQ&A
Cameron Esposito: To Be Apolitical & an Artist is a Waste of Time

LGBTQ&A

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2017 46:30


Cameron Esposito talks about making comedy in the Trump era, saying that to be apolitical and an artist right now is a waste of time. She also describes life without her iconic asymmetrical haircut, the ways we police different people's gender, and the stress of having to decide whether or not to come out to strangers in a heteronormative society. Cameron also talks about the great impact Edith Windsor had on all aspects of her life.  LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters. @jeffmasters1  You can recommend a guest or let us know what you think about the show on Twitter or by emailing lgbtqashow@gmail.com  More information: www.LGBTQpodcast.com 

Big Gay Fiction Podcast
Ep 102: Suzanne Brockmann Interview & More

Big Gay Fiction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2017 54:28


The podcast begins with a tribute to Edith Windsor, the LGBTQ activist whose Supreme Court case legalized marriage equality in the U.S. Jeff talks more about the editing that went on in the past week. Jeff reviews the new Love & Luck Podcast that premieres this week. It's a fictional radio play podcast that focuses on the romance between Kane and Jason. The guys also discuss the film Handsome Devil, a coming of age / sports / find your own voice movie. Suzanne Brockmann returns to the show. This time she discusses her author journey, which includes making sure her son could find himself in her books. Complete shownotes for episode 102 are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com.

Oh No! Not...
Episode 30 - Oh No! Not Jessi Zazu, Swe Swe Win, Edith Windsor and Jack Keil!

Oh No! Not...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2017 32:14


On this week's episode Rick and Dusty discuss one of their favorite singers, a Burmese physic, a groundbreaking LGBT activist and the brain behind McGruff the crime dog.

Isnt It Queer
2017-09-13

Isnt It Queer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2017 57:56


Jonny and Danette discuss more details on upcoming Pride Festival and LGBTQ History Month events, congratulate Danette on passing her preliminary exams for her Ph.D., mourn the death of Edith Windsor, review the problematic DOJ amicus brief in the SCOTUS case about a Colorado baker refusing to serve gay clients, discuss the appointing of under-qualified and anti-LGBTQ federal judges in Texas, and take a look at the controversy over a Stanford AI that can predict sexual orientation from a photograph.

Isnt It Queer
2017-09-13

Isnt It Queer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2017 57:56


Jonny and Danette discuss more details on upcoming Pride Festival and LGBTQ History Month events, congratulate Danette on passing her preliminary exams for her Ph.D., mourn the death of Edith Windsor, review the problematic DOJ amicus brief in the SCOTUS case about a Colorado baker refusing to serve gay clients, discuss the appointing of under-qualified and anti-LGBTQ federal judges in Texas, and take a look at the controversy over a Stanford AI that can predict sexual orientation from a photograph.

Notable News
Notable News, 9/13/2017

Notable News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2017 7:50


Weeks before power returns in Fla, stay away Jose, Edith Windsor passes, Murray's resignation, new iPhone, Flynn won't testify, Margaret Chase Smith and the Declaration of Conscience

Twenty Summers
Edith Windsor and James Lecesne in Conversation

Twenty Summers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2016 79:00


Edith Windsor is one of the two plaintiffs whose joint victory before the Supreme Court led to last year's landmark decision in favor of marriage equality. In 2009, after the death of her spouse and longtime partner, Thea Speyer, Windsor learned that because her marriage was not recognized by the federal government, she was required to pay more than USD 300,000 in estate taxes. Windsor fought back, in United States v. Windso, all the way to the Supreme Court, striking down the Defense of Marriage Act and winning a national following as a beloved and charismatic leader for human rights. Together with Speyer, Windsor is the focus of the documentary film Edie and Thea: A Very Long Engagement. Her many honors and awards include the Women's Rights Award from the American Federation of Teachers and the Lifetime Achievement Award from Out magazine. Onstage with Windsor, we welcome back actor, writer, and activist James Lecesne, whose hit Off Broadway one-man show The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey we are proud to have premiered in the Barn during Twenty Summers' inaugural season. Lecesne is a cofounder of the Trevor Project, which was inspired by the Oscar-winning film for which he wrote the screenplay. He has appeared on Broadway, published YA novels, and is a frequent speaker at events focused on issues facing LGBT youth.

Gay Soul Talk
It's a GREAT DAY for Garrett Miller's song GAY Wedding ~ SCOTUS Ruling ~ DONE!

Gay Soul Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2015 30:14


Friday, June 26th, 2015 marks the day the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) completed what it started exactly three years to the day, June 26, 2013 when it announced a 5-4 Ruling in favor of the plaintiff Edith Windsor.  On the eve of multiple Pride celebrations, in a 5-4 decision, SCOTUS ruled once again in favor of the Petitioners James Obergefell (et. al.). Result:  marriage equality applies to all States of the United States of America.In celebration of this historic event, we continue our conversation with Garrett Miller! In our last show, we heard both how and why he created to song Blond Jesus.  This episode, we hear both Garrett's backstory and short version of a song rocking the charts - Gay Wedding!While listening to this show, click to dowload a FREE copy Gay Wedding for your SCOTUS / Pride parties.  Then watch (and share) Garrett's Youtube video featuring the FULL versions of "It a GREAT Day for a GAY Wedding!"After the show, visit Garrett's:Facebook Fan PageTwitter Site ~ Press KitClick this link to access all our on-demand shows - downloadable to listen to any time!

Gay Soul Talk
It's a GREAT DAY for Garrett Miller's song GAY Wedding ~ SCOTUS Ruling ~ DONE!

Gay Soul Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2015 30:14


Friday, June 26th, 2015 marks the day the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) completed what it started exactly three years to the day, June 26, 2013 when it announced a 5-4 Ruling in favor of the plaintiff Edith Windsor.  On the eve of multiple Pride celebrations, in a 5-4 decision, SCOTUS ruled once again in favor of the Petitioners James Obergefell (et. al.). Result:  marriage equality applies to all States of the United States of America.In celebration of this historic event, we continue our conversation with Garrett Miller! In our last show, we heard both how and why he created to song Blond Jesus.  This episode, we hear both Garrett's backstory and short version of a song rocking the charts - Gay Wedding!While listening to this show, click to dowload a FREE copy Gay Wedding for your SCOTUS / Pride parties.  Then watch (and share) Garrett's Youtube video featuring the FULL versions of "It a GREAT Day for a GAY Wedding!"After the show, visit Garrett's:Facebook Fan PageTwitter Site ~ Press KitClick this link to access all our on-demand shows - downloadable to listen to any time!