University of Michigan fraternity sued for admitting women, non-binary members
David Nacht defends University of Michigan fraternity sued for admitting women, non-binary members.
While the lawsuit is steeped in arguments around issues of trademark, it raises a host of questions, including whether women should be allowed to join a fraternity on a college campus, and what happens when a fraternity member is a man who transitions to a woman, or is non-binary.
“These are progressive University of Michigan fraternity members,” said Nacht. “That is not a phrase you hear often. These are people who are standing up for civil rights, inclusion and gender equality. And we just want to give them a right to do so and have a voice.”
Read the full articles:
for the MLive news article published on October 28, 2020 by Steve Marowski.
for the Detroit News article published on October 29, 2020 by Kim Kozlowski.