Students weighed in on the topic: “I feel like it’s advantages that are given or lack of obstacles that certain groups of people get because of their social position—race, gender, class, citizenship, etcetera.” – Maeve O’Connor Bethune, recent graduate, Colorado College “For me, acquiring privilege is something that you are not responsible for. You shouldn’t capitalize on it, because it’s arbitrary.” – Rolando Barry, senior, Ringling College Privilege involves having an identity, or multiple identities, that align with those dominant in society.
Colorado College sociology professor Lauren Hannscott explained the guy from the party’s privileged position.
We ask these advocates if they know whether any of the top legal officers of Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, or Tennessee, the states whose prohibitions of same-sex marriage are at issue before the Court, are at the Court today. Jordan Lorence, Austin Nimocks, and Kellie Fiedorek of the Alliance Defending Freedom, another organization that opposes same-sex marriage, are here today, too. There are two other Ohio plaintiffs here, Georgia Nicole and Pamela Yorksmith.
There are also two plaintiffs from the Kentucky case – Gregory Bourke and Michael De Leon of Louisville, and their two teenage children. Jane Roberts, the wife of Chief Justice John Roberts, arrives and takes a seat near Joanna Breyer and Virginia Thomas.
This morning the justices issued orders from last week’s private conference.
They added two new cases to their merits docket for next term and asked the Acting Solicitor General to file a brief expressing the views of the United States in a third case.
The question matters because insiders are often treated differently under the code, including when it comes to confirming a Chapter 11 reorganization plan over the objection of a secured creditor.
C., police officer who had logged onto Facebook to see whether any registered sex offenders had been using the site.
But at least one mortal authority did: a Durham, N.
Packingham was convicted and received a suspended sentence.
An intermediate state appellate court overturned his conviction, but the state supreme court reversed that ruling and reinstated his conviction.