S.F. Chronicle Profile of Eva Paterson in ‘Change Makers’ Special Section

The San Francisco Chronicle on Jan. 1 profiled EJS President Eva Paterson in a special section on local “Change Makers.” James Bell, Nikki Fortunato Bas, Malkia Cyril and Tim Silard were also profiled. Read the intro to the section and Eva’s profile.

Tobias Wolff: ‘Are Liberties Subject to Majority Vote?’

In an excellent op-ed published in today’s San Francisco Chronicle, EJS board member Tobias Wolff summarizes the core issues facing the Calif. Supreme Court as it considers overturning Prop. 8. Tobias, a constitutional law professor at U. Penn., rebuts Ken Starr’s argument that Prop. 8 should be considered an amendment rather than a revision toContinue reading “Tobias Wolff: ‘Are Liberties Subject to Majority Vote?’”

Eva Paterson in Leah Garchik’s ‘Inaugural Snapshots’

San Francisco columnist Leah Garchik shares ‘Inaugural snapshots seen through Bay Area eyes‘ in her column today: In line for a cab at Reagan National Airport, Eva Paterson of the Equal Justice Society chatted with a young man in the Air Force. As of midnight, he would be “detailed to the Secret Service, assigned toContinue reading “Eva Paterson in Leah Garchik’s ‘Inaugural Snapshots’”