3:35pm ET - 2014 has been a big year for marriage equality across the country,
however there is still a lot of work yet to be done and cases hanging in the
balance. Joining us today to wrap up the
year and discuss what we might expect the Supreme Court to do on January 9th
when the Court has noted that it will take up the Louisiana marriage case Robicheaux v. George is Ari EzraWaldman, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Institute for
Information Law and Policy at New York Law School.
4:05pm ET - Barbara “B” Proud is an adjunct Associate Professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia PA, and a professional commercial freelance photographer with a long list of clients whose most recent project is the socially conscious multi-media documentary project honoring same-sex couples in long-term relationships. The project titled “First Comes Love” is a series of black and white portraits and video interviews of couples who have been together for a number of years. B joins is today in studio today to talk about the book and project.
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