Sunday, October 16, 2005

KEYNOTE SPEECH: Evan Wolfson at the Legal Marriage Alliance

Wolfson says, "The best way to end discrimination in marriage is through marriage." Marriage is a statement and symbol of commitment and love. To be denied that statement is unequal and unfair. Wolfson discusses the upcoming court decision due before the end of the year from the Washington Supreme Court which would make WA the second state in the country to legalize marriage.

Friday, October 07, 2005

RADIO INTERVIEW: Evan Wolfson discusses why marriage matters to Ilinois

Wolfson joins Focus 580 AM Radio in Champaign-Urbana, IL to discuss the importance of marriage equality. He takes questions from various callers in Illinois, both supporters and opponents of equality, as well as those undecided about where they stand in the marriage conversation.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

DEBATE: Evan Wolfson debates Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family

Debating equal rights for same-sex couples at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family and Evan Wolfson of Freedom to Marry agree on one thing: marriage matters. A proposed marriage amendment is due to arrive in the Wisconsin legislature and many have the question of why marriage matters on their minds. Debating the importance of marriage and ending discrimination in marriage to same-sex couples, Wolfson and Stanton debate the important issue in front of a packed audience.
This podcast was produced with the help of Action Wisconsin and Action Wisconsin volunteer Megan Sapnar.

LECTURE: Evan Wolfson at Marquette University Law School

Evan Wolfson talks to the next generation of lawyers at MULS in Milwaukee, Wisconsin regarding the importance of the freedom to marry and how they can make their voices heard to encourage the non-gay people in their lives to embrace fairness and equality. Evan also addressed the dangers of the proposed anti-gay state constitutional amendment aimed at denying all family protections to gay couples and their kids in Wisconsin, and answered questions from students and faculty.

Monday, September 19, 2005

Conversations with Joy Cardin on WPR: The pros and cons of marriage equality

Courtesy of Wisconsin Public Radio , Joy Cardin and guests, discuss the pros and cons of legalizing marriage. Evan Wolfson, Author of "Why Marriage Matters: America, Equality, and Gay People's Right to Marry" (Simon & Schuster) discusses reasons to support marriage equality. Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family follows with reasons on why he opposes the end of discrimination in marriage to same-sex couples. Both guest takes phones calls regarding why marriage matters to Wisconsinites.

Saturday, September 17, 2005

SPEECH: National Convention of Editorial Writers

Keynote speech by Evan Wolfson, addressing editorial writers at the Annual Convention luncheon in Portland, Orgeon. Wolfson discusses the recent successes in marriage equality, the legislative landscape, and answers key questions from editorial writers regarding why marriage matters.

Monday, August 15, 2005

INTERVIEW: Ending discrimination for the sake of our children

This podcast is a courtesy of The Gay Parenting Podcast Network. GPN interviews Evan Wolfson who discusses the importance of raising our children in a country where their own parents aren't discriminated against.

Thursday, June 30, 2005

INTERVIEW: Author Evan Wolfson discusses his book with Al Franken

This podcast is a courtesy of Air America Radio and the Al Franken Show, Al Franken interviews Evan Wolfson, author of Why Marriage Matters and the importance of ending the discrimination of same-sex couples from marriage.

INTERVIEW: Evan Wolfson discusses his new book on KKIQ's "In Focus"

KKIQ interviews Evan Wolfson on his new book, "Why Marriage Matters: America, Equality, and Gay People's Right to Marry" (Simon & Schuster, 2005).

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

DEBATE: Evan Wolfson and Lou Sheldon

Listen to the debate between Evan Wolfson and Traditional Values Coalition leader, Lou Sheldon, over ending the exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage at Stanford Law School.