American Foundation for Equal Rights

Back to Blog >

Perry Case

New York Times to Obama: Tell Supreme Court Prop. 8 is Unconstitutional
In a forceful editorial, the New York Times urged President Obama’s Justice Department to file a friend of the court brief with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting marriage equality and AFER’s challenge to Prop. 8:
Save the Date: Prop. 8 Oral Argument Before the U.S. Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in AFER’s federal constitutional challenge to California’s Proposition 8 on Tuesday, March 26.
Thank You! We Did It!
AFER Executive Director Adam Umhoefer sends a huge thank you to everyone who helped AFER exceed its $50,000 end-of-year fundraising goal.
Last Chance: Let’s make 2013 the year of marriage equality!
Just a quick reminder that this is your last chance to make a tax-deductible donation before the end of the year. Make your gift before Midnight tonight.
Video: Marriage Equality in 2012, Year in Review
Here's a quick year-in-review to get you caught up with the progress we made in 2012, and where we're going to focus in 2013.
“Equal Justice Under Law”
Make a special year-end donation to help AFER win the freedom to marry for every American. Your tax-deductible gift will be doubled dollar for dollar.
Double Your Donation and Help Win Full Marriage Equality
AFER is making the case for full federal marriage equality. We can win, but we need your help. Donate today to help us reach our $50,000 goal and our friend, Yeardley Smith, will double it.
Reactions: Prop. 8 at the Supreme Court
Here are a few highlights from Friday's announcement that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear AFER’s case challenging Proposition 8 and the ACLU’s case challenging the so-called Defense of Marriage Act.
Supreme Court to Hear AFER’s Prop. 8 Case
The moment we have been fighting for has finally arrived. The U.S. Supreme Court just announced that they will hear our federal constitutional challenge to California’s Proposition 8.
Video: Supreme Court & Marriage: What Happens Next?
In this week's episode of Marriage News Watch: More suspense from the Supreme Court, a setback in a Nevada lawsuit, and more news.