Friday, November 7, 2008

Friday Freebie



This one comes with a bonus: fighting injustice! Join the thousands who are calling for a repeal of Prop 8 which bans gay marriage in California by attending one of tonight's rallies. Let's hope things remain peaceful tonight and throughout this whole process. I found this info here. Not trying to be preachy; religion should have nothing to do with it. It's a matter of civil rights and inequality really. And the last time I checked Americans were pretty big on Civil Rights, no?

Fri Nov, 7th

Santa Barbara
De La Guerra Plaza at 5pm.

Community Rally at Palm Springs.
5:00PM City Hall 3200 Tahquitz Canyon Way

San Francisco Bay Area, Civic Center Rally
TIME: 5:30pm
PLACE: Civic Center (7th St and Market) More info and fliers here.

No On Prop 8 Candlelight Vigil - Merced, 6pm
Veterans Park On M Street, Merced contact: Leslie or Eileen, PLFLAG Merced 209-725-1140

San Jose
6pm in Downtown San Jose, CA at the Cesar Chavez Plaza (Market & San Carlos).

No to Prop 8/ Marriage Equality Protest - Friday Nov 7., 6pm @ Temple Square (State/S.Temple) SLC, Utah

Long Beach Marriage March
March in Long Beach tomorrow night (11/07/08) starting at Redondo & Broadway at 7pm.

Costa Mesa
March tonight at the South Coast Plaza (in Costa Mesa, CA) starting at 9pm on Bristol.

Hillcrest, San Diego
This evening at 9pm community activists are urged to meet at Laurel & Sixth, then the group will walk to City Hall (located at 202 C St in Downtown).

1 comment:

allanrbrts said...

Guys there is a great LGBT civil rights organization called the Empowering Spirits Foundation. They are very creative in how they approach this hot topic issue of gay marriage, in that they engage in service oriented activities in communities typically opposed to equal rights to foster thought and change for LGBT equality.

A friend of mine told me about it and I thought it was a great, positive approach to the issue. We had so much fun at the last event and it was great to give back to the community. Plus it was great to converse with others on the other side of the table in a way that wasn't confrontational.

Anyway, this can be such a heated issue and I thought this was a unique approach.