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from #GLAAD: Rally for marriage equality at the Supreme Court, March 26 & 27



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Rally with us outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC
Hi Friend ,

On March 26 and 27, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on two cases critical to marriage equality. These two cases - which concern the so-called 'Defense of Marriage Act' (DOMA) and California's anti-gay Proposition 8 - are about whether same-sex couples should have the same freedoms as everyone else.  

It is time for our nation's highest court to ensure that same-sex couples are treated fairly under the law - and we need you to help make that happen.

Visit www.glaad.org/marriage to learn more and join us in Washington, D.C. on March 26 and 27 to help show America that all Americans deserve to be treated fairly and equally under the law - no matter who they love.

GLAAD is working with United for Marriage, a coalition of LGBT and allied groups, grassroots leaders, and families to organize events right outside the Supreme Court and all over the country. Come rally with us outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC on March 26th and 27th:  http://bit.ly/UnitedForMarriageRally

We know it's not possible for everyone to come to D.C., which is why there are over 60 events being organized right now around the country - right in your back yard. Every event moves us one step closer to equality.

Join or organize a community event in your area: http://bit.ly/UnitedForMarriageLocalEvents

The best thing we can do in this critical moment is to show that Americans everywhere, of all creeds and backgrounds, strongly support marriage equality - and we need you to help make that happen.

The nation is ready. Can we count on you?

Herndon Graddick
GLAAD President

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