At the gay rights leader’s memorial service in New York, a lawyer urged listeners to ‘redouble our efforts to resist’

The “resistance” lost one of its inspiring figures this week with the death of Edith Windsor, a hero of the gay rights movement who died on Tuesday at age 88. The Guardian’s Molly Redden was at a service for Windsor held in New York city on Friday afternoon, where those paying their respects included Hillary Clinton, and she sent us this dispatch:

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