Judge Karen Schreier is taking some time to compose her ruling on South Dakota's same-sex marriage ban.
While we wait for Judge Schreier to overturn the narrow 2006 majority who wrote that discrimination into our state constitution, how about a movie? The SDSU Gay Straight Alliance and the SDSU Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community are sponsoring a Brookings showing of The Case Against 8, a documentary about the fight against California's same-sex marriage ban.
After the movie, Nancy and Jennie Rosenbrahn, the happily married ladies leading the court challenge to South Dakota's ban on their legal relationship, will participate in a discussion of the film and their efforts for equality, along with two Sioux Falls couples participating in the lawsuit.
The Case Against 8 plays Tuesday, October 21, at 6:30 p.m. as part of the Common Good Film series at the Brookings Public Library, Brookings, South Dakota.
Wingnuts haven't sued to block it from being shown,yet?
Good for SDSU and Brookings.
mike from iowa,
Give the GOP a little time, they are in a slap happy suing mood of late, they'll get to it, I'm sure.
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