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WATCH: Activist Edie Windsor fights new battle for rights
Our LGBT History Month Computing Icon profile today is Edith Windsor - UNIVAC team member and IBM Senior Systems...
After her Supreme Court case shot down DOMA and made the path for marriage equality, 87-year-old Edith Windsor...
Another of my all-time favorite pieces about a woman, written by a woman: on Edith Windsor
Remember Edith Cavell school in Was she an innocent nurse or war-time spy?
.who helped kill DOMA, is on so I'm revisiting this A+ profile of Edith Windsor:
The Unexpected Personal Connection Behind the DOMA Decision: In the spring of 2009, I knew three things about Edith Windsor. First, ...
Edith Windsor joins Roberta Kaplan for a conversation about the legal case that struck down DOMA- Union Square. 7pm.
Edith Windsor on and the Truth about Illustrated | Brain Pickings vía
More good news for marriage equality And the woman to whom we owe the turning of the tide
The best a photographer can be is to make photographs with the purity of heart of the family snapshot.
Exclusive video inside the photo albums of Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer | via
while I'm glad and grateful for Edith Windsor's fight to say she "Got the ball rolling" is to forget history.
I want to be Edith Windsor when I grow up.
How Edith Windsor Fell in Love, Got Married, and Won a Landmark Case for *** Marriage via
All hail Edith Windsor, for hers was the last case that SCOTUS needed to hear. As I predicted.
The Edith Windsor case against DOMA may end up the definitive ruling in favor of same sex marriage: via
I just learned that Edith Windsor was a computer programmer as well.
Edith Windsor is a hero of mine. Just enjoyed re-reading this profile by
Congrats to Edith WIndsor, and all of the tireless warriors in the fight for
Windsor 'incredibly joyous' on court decision: Edith Windsor, plaintiff in the Defense of Marriage ...
Take a bow to Edith Windsor ! The future of this nation is changing for good ! No more discrimination !
Congrats to Roberta Kaplan and Edith Windsor for their valiant fight for *** marriage...
"This accidentally glorious moment that put me here is wonderful" Edith Windsor - Civil Rights Icon on todays Supreme Court decision.
Or to Edith Windsor who was charged $300K in estate taxes when she lost her wife of 40 years.
When I hear Edith Windsor speak, my heart soars & I am filled with joy. She is a gift to everyone who aspires to a just society.
Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer: 'A love affair that just kept on and on and on' | World news | The Guardian
Edith Windsor just described her involvement in today's ruling as a "glorious accident of history." What a lady. 😍❤️😍
Rachel, thank you for that amazing interview w/ Edith Windsor. She's a hero & an inspiration to so many married couples
.is a big fangirl for Edith Windsor -- and I'm okay with that.
We need a Edith Windsor's movie or book asap
Thank you again and Edith Windsor. *** & *** owe you & others like you, so much.
I really hope plays the young Edith Windsor in the Edie and Thea *** marriage movie.
EDITH WINDSOR what a fighter what a joy
Literally laughed out loud at that argle-bargle shout out in your still a little nasally voice! Edith Windsor is just wonderful!
Heroes come in all shapes, sizes and ages. Edith Windsor is an example.
Hearing Edith Windsor talk makes me so *** happy!
The one and only Edith Windsor ladies and gents!
Edith Windsor is our collective awesome grandmother.
From How Edith Windsor fell in love, got married, and won a landmark case for *** marriage
A former friend has been advocating the advantages of divorce, contending that it should take a woman no more than two years to get over it. I was intrigued; I seemed to recall that George Bernard Shaw had written on the subject, so I looked it up. Here's what I found: George Bernard Shaw on Marriage, the Oppression of Women, and the Hypocrisies of Monogamy / by Maria Popova “Promiscuity is a product of slavery and not of liberty.” For Charles Darwin, matrimony was the victor of a careful and comical weighing of pros and cons; for Susan Sontag, “an institution committed to the dulling of the feelings”; for Charles and Ray Eames, a fairy tale of creative partnership; for Amelia Earhart, the product of medieval ideals which she was unwilling to endure; for Dan Savage, an institution that desperately needs remoralizing; for Edith Windsor and thousands like her, a cherished human right the denial of which is a death to every personal dignity and the granting of which cause for the highest public celeb ...
Want a shirt? Have your money to me by the meeting Tuesday! $15. We'll talk about Edith Windsor, the Supreme Court, and *** marriage.
edith windsor tought u would like i was down in ptown for glad fund raising last June
"I think justice will prevail. Is that crazy?" -Edith Windsor
Soul stirring photographs of love from Edith Windsor & Thea Spyer's albums. They waited 40 years to get married.
Celebrating Women in History: Edith Windsor "the matriarch of the *** rights movement".
Maura - this made me think of you and Basha. :)
"Edith Windsor, a *** widow, sued after the government forced her to pay additional estate..."
Edith Windsor is understandable, but Seth Meyers? You two are beyond help.
Get Edith Windsor's attorney, Roberta Kaplan on the Utah and Oklahoma marriage cases
If we want to get really technical, Edith Windsor would be an amica (feminine singular):
Edith Windsor's lawyer now filing as amici in case for same-sex couples that wanted to intervene (court denied it).
Loved reading Ariel Levy's profile of Edith Windsor and her crusade for *** marriage. …
Edith Windsor on Love and the Truth about Equality, Illustrated | Brain Pickings via
NEW: 10th Circuit Court DENIES attempt by Edith Windsor's lawyer to intervene in case.
2013 Person of the Year runner-up: Edith Windsor, the unlikely activist via
Calling him "The People's Pope," Time Magazine named Pope Francis its Person of the Year for 2013. Time named Pope Francis its 2013 person of the year after nine months of a papacy that has brought accolades from reformers, raised fears among conservatives, and drawn widespread adulation from people around the world for his man-of-the-people ways. Time's other 10 finalists were a mixed crew: President Obama, NSA leaker Edward Snowden, Syria President Bashar Assad, Iran President Hassan Rouhani, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, *** rights activist Edith Windsor and Miley Cyrus -- the pop singer who made "twerking," a lascivious, grinding dance move, a household word.
Message to the media and starting right now - I am not going to read another single word written about Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Chris Brown, the entirety of the Kardashian's, Miley Cyrus, Kanye West, Paris Hilton, Lindsey Lohan, Honey Boo Boo, the Real Housewives or anyone else for being famous for being insignificant. I am going to seek out stories on people who are accomplishing things and making a difference like Mahala Yousafzai, Gabrielle Giffords, Steve Jobs, Diana Nyad, Pat Tillman, Antoinette Tuff, Pope Francis, Bill Gates, David Hendrickson, and Edith Windsor. If you can't find something important and substantive to report on, find something else to do because I am sick of hearing it.
Prediction: Edith Windsor will be the most fascinating person on the Barbara Walters special airing tonight!
HRC applauds Pope Francis and Edith Windsor for their work this year advocating on behalf of fairness and justice for all.
TIME announced today that Pope Francis was the winner of its Person of the Year award. The final cut consisted of Syrian dictator Bashar Assad, LGBT activist Edith Windsor, US Representative Ted Cruz and the runner up Edward Snowden. Pope Francis has done a spectacular job of capturing the headlines...
The following people were the contenders for Time's -person of the year. Bashar al-Assad, President of Syria, Miley Cyrus, singer, Barack Obama, President of the US, Edward Snowden, NSA leaker, Edith Windsor, *** rights activist, Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran, Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, Ted Cruz, Texas senator, Kathleen Sebelius, US Secretary of Health and Human Services, Pope Francis, leader of the Catholic Church~ Okay really??? A Couple of dictators, a snitch who should be taken to Gitmo, throw in a couple American Political figures, and talentless half dress girl, oh and then there is the Pope. I'm wondering Should there even be a debate? A Person of the year should represent goodness, pureness, and free from scandals. well done Time Magazine, Well Done, you chose the correct one. Seriously??? I am not Catholic nor do I follow the Pope, so I am not really applauding the choice, however, should the other choices given take favor, I would have to buy the land on Mars that is going up for sal ...
Pope Francis was named Time Magazine's "Person of the Year," over Edward Snowden, Edith Windsor and Bashar al-Assad:
Edith Windsor vs. Chris Christie. Who should be TIME's Person of the Year?
Domestic Issues *** marriage has largely been a hot topic issue since early last year. So far, 14 states have legalized *** marriage: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maryland, New York, Washington, Maine, California, Delaware, Rhode Island, Minnesota, New Jersey, and the District of Columbia. One of the first legislative moves in legalizing *** marriage came when the house voted to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, which banned openly *** men and women from joining the army. A milestone was made on June 26, 2013 when in the case of the United States v Windsor, The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was declared unconstitutional, namely the clause which stated that marriage is to be only between a man and a woman. This decision let same-sex couples have the same marriage benefits as a marriage between a man and a woman. The case was brought upon by Edith Windsor, whose spouse passed away and left everything to Windsor. Because of DOMA, Windsor could not receive any of these things, al ...
No Moral Majority Do you remember the date, January 22, 1973? Roe vs. Wade decision on legalizing abortion. Over 50 million babies murdered. Well remember this date, June 26, 2013 because it will be remembered as the day Marriage died as we know it. Edith Windsor, the 83-year old *** who brought the challenge to a key provision of the Defense of Marriage Act, known as DOMA, is being treated as a rock star and is dancing in the street. The ruling came down Wednesday, June 26th. There was cheering we are told as President Obama left for Africa on a state visit. While in route he called Edie Windsor to congratulate her on her victory and also the same-sex couples who challenged California’s Proposition 8 banning same-sex marriages. Obama said, “The laws of our land are catching up to the fundamental truth that millions of Americans hold in our hearts. When all Americans are treated as equal, no matter who they are or whom they love, we are all more free.” In 2003, just ten years ago, the mi ...
: Thank you Karl Friedrich Ulrichs, Magnus Hirschfeld, Radcliffe Hall, Donald Webster Cory, Donald Kameny, Harry Hay, Barbara Giddings, Evelyn Hooker, Harvey Milk, Leonard Matlovich, Gilbert Baker, Billie Jean King, Gary Studds, Barney Frank, Randy Shilts, Melissa Etheridge, Ellen DeGeneres, Tammy Baldwin, Matthew Shepard, Judy Shepard, Jim McGreevey, Gavin Newsom, Rachel Maddow, Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir, Barack Obama, Kristin Perry and Sandra Stier, Paul Katami and Jeffrey Zarrillo, Edith Windsor. Thank you 13 countries, 13 U.S. states and DC. Thank you five justices with foresight and conviction. Thank you to the millions and millions of parents and families who love, support and nurture their children to be positive *** *** and transgender role models - including mine. This is what we celebrate, and this is what today is all about.
(Ida Mae Astute/ABC) Four years after the death of her wife Thea Clara Spyer, Edith Windsor, the 84 year-old widow whose story led to the fall of the Defense of Marriage Act, was finally able to celebrate the historic moment with her memory. “I looked at her picture and I said ‘Honey it’s done!’” Wi...
Edith Windsor married Thea Spyer in Ontario, Canada in 2007. Edith and Thea were together many years and lived in the State of New York. Time passed, and since New York did not allow marriage between same sex partners, so they traveled to Ontario, Canada to wed. Thea Spyer died in 2009 and left her entire estate to Edith Windsor. Although their Canadian marriage WAS recognized by the laws of the state of New York, when Windsor claimed the federal estate tax exemption for surviving spouses, she was barred from doing so under DOMA. Windsor paid $363,053.00 in estate taxes, and sought a refund from the IRS. Windsor’s case went all the way up to the US Supreme Court. Edith Windsor is a tiny, 83 year old woman. In December, 1995, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery City bus. In 2009, Edith Windsor refused to be denied equal protection under the Fifth Amendment of the US Constitution. This past Wednesday, June 26, 2013, at 7:00 AM EST, SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States) stru ...
With just over two months to go before the primary, the endorsements are starting to roll in for the candidates vying to replace New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. On Wednesday night, Christine Quinn received a surprise endorsement from Edith Windsor, the plaintiff in the case that prompted the…
has to break the habit of mistakingly referring to Edith Windsor as Edith Wharton.
An email from Alan Grayson, Today, the Supreme Court struck down bigotry, and said that justice for all includes justice for *** This is a beautiful, historic day. Now there is a chance that my eight-year-old twins will grow up in a world without prejudice against *** and *** It's worth taking a moment to remember who made sacrifices to give us this world, one that is a little more equal and a little more free. It was tens of thousands of activists, from those at Stonewall in 1969, to those who fought for treatment of individuals living with AIDS alongside ACT UP, to the hero of the day, Edith Windsor. But there's one who deserves special mention above all - his name was Harvey Milk, and he had guts. In 1977, Milk became the first openly *** elected official in the United States. When he ran for office, America wasn't far removed from the time that Joe McCarthy and J. Edgar Hoover were blackmailing and purging homosexuals from the government. Most Americans didn't know or didn't want to know that ...
This goes out with much love and respect to Penny Culltion, a very inspiring teacher and role model to myself and my peers in high school. It was fall of 1995, when I appeared with several of my classmates and other Boston-area teens on, RAP AROUND, a Saturday morning roundtable for teens to discuss issues like racism, pregnancy, AIDS awareness, discrimination, and other issues that affect their lives. The discussion was centered around this: Los Angeles Times: Becomes Target in Lesson on Intolerance : New Hampshire: Penny Culliton assigned books that included homosexual characters to try to balance negative images in other literature, such as 'Catcher in the Rye.' The school board fired her." November 26, 1995|NANCY ROBERTS TROTT | ASSOCIATED PRESS It felt fitting on this day of June 26th, 2013, with inspiring women like Edith Windsor and Senator Wendy Davis in the headlines and seeing we've seen the demise of DOMA, Prop 8, and SB5, to post this video to a teacher who strives to open her students hearts ...
Aw, that was cute that President Obama called Edith Windsor. Out of curiosity, did he ever call Sabrina Fulton?
Is it just me or does Edith Windsor look like an older version of Linda Lavin? New Broadway role for Linda maybe? ;)
Together with her partner for forty years Edith Windsor states "I am today an out *** who just sued the...
Edith Windsor statement on Supreme Court steps – full text via
One of the most beautiful real love stories that happens to be about *** Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer.
The Supreme Court indicated Friday that it would hear the challenge to the California marriage ban and a challenge to DOMA from the elderly *** widow Edith Windsor.
Judges rule in favour of 83-year-old Edith Windsor, who argued that the law discriminates against married *** couples
"This ruling is another vital step towards national marriage equality. CBST was proud to have Edith Windsor and her attorney, Roberta Kaplan, at the bemah for Yom Kippur services, and is also proud to join join progressive faith voices in a friend of the court brief in this landmark case that aims to overturn the discriminatory DOMA. Religion must be a voice for liberation, and CBST stands proudly with Edith Windsor in her fight for justice."
The city plans to file a legal brief supporting the position of Edith Windsor, a widow whose tax bill was more than $360,000 higher than it would have been if the federal government recognized same-sex marriage.
Becoming the fourth Article 3 judge to find the Defense of Marriage Act violates the U.S. Constitution, Southern District Judge Barbara Jones granted summary judgment yesterday to Edith Windsor, who sued the government for failing to recognize her marriage to her partner Thea Spyer after Spyer's dea...
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