April 28, 2015
Today, we are in a state of justice in the Baltimore and the District of Columbia for “VOICE”. The willingness of the proverbial system to hear the needs of the marginalized and discriminated. Those who are in the District of Columbia awaiting the words from the Supreme Court on Gay Marriage Rights.
The Supreme Court will change the face of rights today no matter their decision. One of the argent fighters stated,
“In his floor speech, Robb noted that scientific evidence makes it clear that people do not “choose” to be gay, and since “we can’t change who we are and how God made us,” discrimination against gay Americans could not be justified on any grounds.”
Virginia Senator Chuck Robb, however, argued against DOMA on civil rights grounds. “I believe it is time for those of us who are not homosexual to join the fight,” he told his colleagues. Ending discrimination against gays and lesbians, said Robb in his 1996 speech, “is the last frontier in the ultimate fight for civil and human rights,” in “The speech that put Chuck Robb ahead of history on gay marriage.”
“I tried to do it in a way that could … persuade people,” says Robb. “I wanted to do it in rational terms that used logic to make the case.”