Katherine Franke

Katherine Franke is one of the nation’s leading scholars writing on law, racial justice, and African-American history. Her first book was Wedlocked: The Perils of Marriage Equality. She is the Sulzbacher Professor of Law, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Columbia University and chair of the board of Trustees of the Center for Constitutional Rights.


ARTICLES FEATURING KATHERINE

Love’s Inequality

The logic of marriage equality carries with it a damaged history of racial and sexual exclusion that the marriage movement ignores at its peril....

Love’s Inequality


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