Activist Edith Windsor Fights New Battle For LGBTQ Rights | NBC Out

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Activist Edith Windsor Fights New Battle For LGBTQ Rights | NBC Out
After her Supreme Court case shot down DOMA and made the path for marriage equality, 87-year-old Edith Windsor says she isn’t finished fighting.
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Activist Edith Windsor Fights New Battle For LGBTQ Rights | NBC Out

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