October 15, 2013
Perry and Windsor case plaintiffs and attorneys and Julian Bond at 2013 HRC National Dinner
The plaintiffs in the Perry case that ended Prop 8 and their attorneys, as well as the attorney in the Windsor case that ended DOMA receive the National Equality Award at the 2013 Human Rights Campaign National Dinner. They are introduced by NAACP Chairman Emeritus Julian Bond.
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