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Friday, November 14, 2008

Join the Protest for Marriage Equality


Argh! I've been traveling and working all day and just now came across this information.

Hopefully you already know about this or you'll read this in time and make it to a protest in your city. (I'll be teaching all day tomorrow.) Darn it!

For those of you who can't make it but still want your voice to be heard, you can sign a pledge to help overturn Prop 8 in the 2010 election.

May we have liberty and justice for all...


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3 comments:

DCKate said...

Cheers to THAT!

Also, I just started a blog and added you to my blogroll! http://suburbanity.wordpress.com/

Kel said...

Amen to that, I live in England so fortunately my plans for a civil partnership in 2010 can continue. My heart goes out to all the couples in California the injustice is all we have talked about over here for weeks
Huge fan of your blog added you to our bloglist a while ago, cheers for all the great advice.
Kel

Susan Fussell said...

We attended the protest march in Washington, DC and it was among the most moving experiences in the wedding planning process so far (even though no one had to take a vote on whether or not we have the "right" to get married). Here's my account of the day - http://www.susanfussell.com/wedding/blog/2008/11/we-interupt-this-regularly-schedule.html

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