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Freedom to Marry (2005)

This uplifting, poignant, and soul-opening documentary, aired on PBS stations, highlights a momentous, historical milestone when San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom engaged in ground-breaking ... See full summary »
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This uplifting, poignant, and soul-opening documentary, aired on PBS stations, highlights a momentous, historical milestone when San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom engaged in ground-breaking civil disobedience as he allowed same-sex couples to marry at San Francisco City Hall. With rousing speeches from beloved comic Margaret Cho, top marriage equality leaders, and interviews with seven long-term same sex couples, Freedom To Marry brings a joyful, personal face to marriage equality at the height of this burgeoning, world-wide civil rights movement. Written by Anonymous

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