Streets were packed with crowds cheering and talking about the Friday Supreme Court decision.
"These decisions show how much is at stake in our nation's highest court and how critical it is that Americans consider the Supreme Court as we choose our next president."
"Today's ruling affirms what millions already know to be true: the four words etched onto the front of the Supreme Court - equal justice under law - apply to us."
Today the Stonewall Inn, site of the historic rebellion for LGBTQ rights was made a landmark by New York City's Landmarks Preservation Committee. The vote was unanimous.
In its earliest phase, very little was known about transmission, and public anxiety grew, sometimes reaching hysterical proportions.
Patrons at the Stonewall Inn, being subjected to routine anti-homosexual harassment, fought back in an incident considered to be the birth of the gay rights movement.
"The so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act sets Indiana and our nation back decades in the struggle for civil rights."
The Reform Jewish movement - Rabbi Eger's spiritual home since childhood - has traveled a long road toward recognizing and embracing same-sex relationships.
So far this year 34 anti-LGBT bills in nine states have been defeated or failed to meet key legislative deadlines.
Frank Kameny ran for U.S. Congress on this date in 1971, albeit for a non-voting seat representing the District of Columbia.