Tag Archives: Cathy Marino-Thomas

TRAILER: History In The Making

Clip recap: This feature-length documentary, History In The Making: The Marriage Equality New York Archives 2007-2015, follows an all-grassroots organization, Marriage Equality New York (or MENY) from the NYC streets to Albany and eventually to the Supreme Court. Directed & edited by Fred Anguera. Filmed by Cristina Wolff, Rob Martin, Reed Davis, Fred Anguera, Emmanuel Migrino, Carmine Nicholas Tzavis. Appearances …

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Edith Windsor On DOMA Anniversary

Former Marriage Equality USA president Cathy Marino-Thomas has interviewed Edith Windsor about today’s anniversary of the overturn of DOMA.  Windsor: “There is no wrong time for justice. If you’re going to go for it, go for it.” Watch and learn about how Windsor came to be the plaintiff.

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Margaret Cho On Prop 8 & Religion

Dancing With The Stars contestant Margaret Cho sat down with P-Town dragster Sassy and Marriage Equality New York’s Cathy Marino-Thomas to talk about the religious right and Proposition 8. Margaret: “I just want to kick them in the cunt.”

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SLIDESHOW: NYC Pride Rally

NYC Pride held its annual Rally at Central Park’s SummerStage yesterday where co-hosts Bruce Villanch and Vickie Shaw entertained the crowd in between performances by the Gay Men’s Chorus, MeShell Ndegeocello, Ari Gold, Billie Myers, the cast of Hair, and Martha Wash. Also featured was Lt. Dan Choi, who delivered a rousing MLK-esque speech, leading the crowd in chants of …

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SLIDESHOW: Marriage Equality New York’s 12th Annual Gala In NYC

Last night Marriage Equality New York staged their 12th annual fundraising gala in NYC, honoring LGBT advocates NY Sen. Jose Peralta, actor B.D. Wong, attorney Shannon Minter, and activist group Queer Rising. The evening was hosted by the ever-effervescent Marti Gould Cummings. I was unable to attend, but JMG staff photographer Dr. Jeff did his usual stellar work on the …

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Gilbert Baker: “Where’s The ANGER?”

At last night’s Maine response rally in NYC’s Union Square, rainbow flag creator Gilbert Baker said to me, “Where’s the ANGER? Where are the pitchforks?” as he surveyed the glum crowd. I told him his opinion reflected much of what you folks here were saying yesterday. From the bullhorn came the usual speechifying to the usual audience of activist regulars. …

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