Currently alive, at 75 years of age.
1946 – Born in Minnesota on the 7th of October.
1977 – MacKinnon graduated from Yale Law School after having written a paper on the topic of sexual harassment for Professor Thomas I. Emerson.
1980 – Linda Boreman made public statements that her ex-husband Chuck Traynor had violently coerced her into making Deep Throat and other pornographic films.
1986 – The Supreme Court held in Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson that sexual harassment may violate laws against sex discrimination.
1983 – The Minneapolis city government hired MacKinnon and Dworkin to draft an antipornography civil rights ordinance as an amendment to the Minneapolis city civil rights ordinance.
1992 – In February, the Supreme Court of Canada largely accepted MacKinnon’s theories of equality, hate propaganda, and pornography, citing extensively from a brief she co-authored in a ruling against Manitoba pornography distributor Donald Butler.
1996 – Fred Shapiro calculated that "Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: Toward Feminist Jurisprudence," 8 Signs 635, was the 96th most cited article in law reviews even though it was published in a nonlegal journal.