Prop. 8 & DOMA Actions Across California

March 20, 2013 By Shaun Osburn

A number of LGBT and allied groups, grassroots leaders and families are organizing events all over the country including right outside the Supreme Court. Together we will remember how far we have come, and look forward to that moment when every American can marry the person that they love.

Los Angeles: Sunday, March 24th 6:30pm
Los Angeles City Hall (200 N Spring St, Los Angeles)

Inland Empire: Monday, March 25th 7:00pm
George E. Brown Federal Building and US Courthouse (3470 12th St, Riverside, CA)

Sacramento: Monday, March 25th 4pm
Sacramento Federal Courthouse (501 I St, Sacramento, CA)

San Diego: Monday, March 25th 6:30pm
San Diego Federal Court House (880 Front St, San Diego, CA)

San Francisco: Monday, March 25th 6:30pm
Harvey Milk Plaza (Corner of Castro and Market, San Francisco)

San Jose: Monday, March 25th 5:30pm
Billy DeFrank Center (938 The Alameda, San Jose, CA)

Fresno: Tuesday, March 26th 4pm
Fresno Federal Courthouse (2500 Tulare St, Fresno, CA)

Orange County: Tuesday, March 26th 6:30pm
Ronald Reagan Federal Building and Courthouse (411 W 4th Street, Santa Ana, CA)

Palm Springs: Tuesday, March 26th 6pm
Riverside County Building (Tahquitz and El Cielo, CA)

Santa Barbara: Tuesday, March 27th 5:30pm
Santa Barbara County Courthouse (1100 Anacapa St, Santa Barbara, CA)

Santa Cruz: Wednesday, March 27th 5:30pm
Santa Cruz County Courthouse Steps (701 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz, CA)

San Francisco: Thursday, March 28th 5:30pm
San Francisco LGBT Community Center Rainbow Room (1800 Market Street at Octavia, San Francisco, CA)

And be sure to visit for a complete listing of all events across the nation.

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6 Responses to “Prop. 8 & DOMA Actions Across California”

March 21, 2013 at 8:05 pm, kerry Doherty said: Claim the language claim the right.

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March 23, 2013 at 6:04 pm, Tami Leffler said: When segregation of a group or population of a society goes on unchecked it is the downfall of democracy. The United States Constitution stipulates that equality is for all men/woman. That no group will dominate or subjugate another. Each American citizen has the right/priviledge to be equal and have access to and use of all available state and federal processes. Such as voting, jobs, housing, marriage, social security, military service, healthcare, etc. Society stipulates change in traditions, belief systems, culture, is an important step in cultural development to cast off discrimination of any part of society and adopt an all encompassing acceptance. A NO on proposition 8 and DOMA is a step in the right direction.

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March 26, 2013 at 11:27 pm, Stephen Zollman said: There is on in Guerneville/Russian River tonight at 6pm :)

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March 26, 2013 at 11:32 pm, Sarah said: No freedom until we're all equal!

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March 26, 2013 at 11:33 pm, Pierre A. Wilson said: Isn't this country backward and slow enough as it is, without the constant threat of reversing all the little steps we've made so far?!!!!j This is embarrassing!!!!

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March 26, 2013 at 11:52 pm, Leonard Finch said: Anything happening in Memphis that I can join

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