Today is my daughter’s 4th Birthday and she deserves a NO on 8

Proposition 8, No on 8, No on prop 8.

 

Subject: Bring an umbrella! Bring a friend! Bring you: tonight!

 

We have signs, we have banners and we have a Chuppah!  We simply need you!  Thousands of people in support of equality are expected to gather together tonight around the state for an Eve of Justice.  In San Francisco, Supervisor Bevan Dufty is leading the way. 

 

 Tonight we are meeting at Harvey Milk Plaza at Market and Castro Street at 5pm.  The march begins at 6pm arriving at Civic Center by 6:30pm with a vigil at 6:45pm.  Please join us. Tomorrow morning at 7:30am in San Francisco, in front of the California Supreme Court Building, Rabbi Camille Shira Angel along with many other faith leaders, will lead us in an Interfaith Celebration of Hope and Justice.  Thanks to Marriage Equality USA, the Courage Campaign and Equality California, a jumbotron has been set up in Civic Center Plaza to allow an opportunity for thousands of Californians to come together and view the oral arguments at 9am. Join us under the Kol Tzedek Chuppah and we will watch the California Supreme Court oral arguments outside together.  Tzedek, Tzedek Tirdof! Justice, Justice you shall pursue! Lisa Finkelstein

Director, LGBT Alliance Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, The Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties 344_gay_pride_and_visit_to_la_006

 

Opponents Of Prop. 8 Organize Candlelight Vigils Across The State

KEYT – ‎36 minutes ago‎
Santa Barbara, CA– Hoping to overturn Proposition 8, the Strategic Alliance for Marriage Equality are holding candlelight vigils on Wednesday evening.
Bakersfield Now

 

The 50 Spot: Vigils Against H8

Change.org – ‎10 hours ago‎
A candle light vigil will then line the streets of Downtown San Diego Starting at 6pm. To join the event go to San Diego Facebook Event San Francisco:
Queerty

 

Calif. Vigils Planned For Eve Of Prop. 8 Hearing

CBS 5 – ‎4 hours ago‎
Dozens of candlelight vigils up and down the were planned for Wednesday night, including a march from Market and Castro to the State Supreme Court in San
KCBS

 

AM Alert: Candlelight vigils, confirmation and a honeymoon

The Sacramento Bee’s Capital Alert – ‎7 hours ago‎
BIRTHDAY: Today’s the day to tell Assemblywoman Fiona Ma, D-San Francisco, that she doesn’t look a day over 43. FIELD POLL: President Barack Obama is having

Gay Groups Plan Events Around Prop. 8 Challenge

On Top Magazine – ‎Mar 3, 2009‎
San Diego: Gather at the Hall of Justice, 330 W. Broadway, at 4PM for a downtown vigil. San Francisco: Gather at Market and Castro at 5PM for a vigil that
On Top Magazine

 

ROADMAP FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY PROPONENTS IN WAKE OF PROP 8

SanFranciscoSentinel.com – ‎Mar 2, 2009‎
25 statewide candlelight vigils planned on March 4th, the eve of the California Supreme Court hearing on Prop 8 and San Francisco speakers include Cleve

Sacramento Area Peace Action March Events Calendar

Bay Area Indymedia – ‎6 hours ago‎
Thursday, Mar 19, 7 – 9pm, Candlelight Vigil! Main Hall, 2425 Sierra Blvd., Sac. Sixth anniversary, giant peace sign, sculptures, music, info tables,

Leno kicks off another try at Harvey Milk Day

San Francisco Chronicle – ‎19 hours ago‎
A candlelight vigil and march against Proposition 8’s ban on same-sex marriage is scheduled in San Francisco tonight in advance of Thursday’s state Supreme

California Vigils Set for Eve of Supreme Court Prop 8 Hearing

Towleroad – ‎Feb 24, 2009‎
A candlelight vigil will then line the streets of Downtown San Diego Starting at 6pm. For more information contact Fernando Lopez, Marriage Equality USA at

Prop. 8 vigil planned for eve of oral arguments

The Desert Sun – ‎Feb 25, 2009‎
The “March Forth on March 4” vigil will be held in cities across the state such as Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego and San Francisco.

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