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14 posts from May 2011

On the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, which is also the seventh anniversary of marriage equality in Massachusetts, Michael Bronski discusses the struggle for personal freedom for LGBT people. Read more →

It's been seven years since the first marriage licenses were handed out to same-sex couples in Massachusetts. Amie Klempnauer Miller, Nancy Polikoff, and Karen Kahn talk about what has changed and what challenges lie ahead. Read more →

Beacon Broadside asked several of our authors for their responses to the death of Osama bin Laden, and what they feel is required of them by their respective faiths. Read more →

Beacon Press author Carl Elliott has been under attack in a scenario best described by one of his many defenders as “Orwellian.” In order to defend academic freedom, his university argues, they must prevent him from speaking. Read more →