Equal Rights and Protection of Law

Marriage equality rally in Sacramento, CA, February 16, 2009

In 1868, the United States added the Fourteenth Amendment to its Constitution, guaranteeing every person within its jurisdiction equal protection of the laws. Despite a checkered history of enforcement, this principle remains an essential and cherished ideal.

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True Narratives

Marian Anderson at the Lincoln Memorial, Easter 1939

Documentary and Educational Films


Music: Composers, artists, and major works

With their gentle and life-affirming tone, Haydn’s piano trios capture this rudimentary aspect of equality.

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