Saturday, March 16th, 2013, 3pm
at Unitarian Universalist Westside Congregation
Westside Forum™ Potluck & Movie
Daniel Williams, ACLU of New Mexico on
a public education campaign to raise visibility and start a conversation about why gay and lesbian couples should be treated fairly.
… the majority of Americans … support fairness in marriage.
… most gay and lesbian people treasure marriage for the same reasons any person does. They want to establish and protect a family, make a lifetime commitment in the same way other couples are able to, and to have that special commitment recognized and respected by their government.
…. No member of anyone’s family, gay or straight, should have to face discrimination because of who they are or who they love.
Rev. Dr. Lee Albertson
Retired United Church of Christ minister,
Daniel Williams recently joined the staff of the ACLU of New Mexico as the Communications Organizer for the All Families Matter campaign. A native New Mexican, Daniel returned to the state after attending Hendrix College in Conway, AR, where he double majored in Politics and Religious Studies. His organizing and advocacy experience includes work on reproductive justice, LGBT rights, worker justice, and a number of electoral campaigns. He is active in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and is discerning a call to ordained ministry.
Vegetarian/Vegan Potluck at 4:30, MOVIE at 5pm
with Nathan Lane and Robin Williams
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