On the week of November 4th, the anniversary of the passage of Proposition 8, Californians are standing together, not looking back, but moving forward. People of faith and secular activists are coming together to Keep the Faith for Equality, highlighting the strength of the relationship between communities of faith and our Equality Movement.
Together, will celebrate the progress that has been made in the past year, both in the secular and religious communities. We will renew our support for our friends in Maine and Washington State as they face ballot measures which would strip same-sex couples of relationship protections. Through interfaith prayer, song, and reflection, we are Keeping the Faith for Equality for all people.
To find a Keeping the Faith event in your area, visit www.keepingthefaithforequality.org.
Regions organizing events on November 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th include:
Organizational cosponsors include (but are not limited to!) CA Faith for Equality, API Equality, the Bay Area Coalition for Welcoming Congregations, Courage Campaign, Equal Roots, Equality California, the Inland Empire Equality Council, the Institute for Judaism and Sexual Orientation at HUC-JIR, Marriage Equality USA, More Light Presbyterians, National Black Justice Coalition, National Council of Jewish Women - Los Angeles, PFLAG, Progressive Jewish Alliance, and the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry.
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California Faith for Equality is soon launching two trainings to strengthen our Equality Movement: one offering faith leaders the tools necessary to engage our faith communities as vibrant voices in the Movement, and the other equipping secular and faith-grounded activists with the skills to make the case for marriage equality from using a language of faith. Look for more information next week about how you can support these critical trainings.