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Entries from January 31st, 2010

Don’t forget: party at Here Lounge, Mon., Feb. 15th!

January 31st, 2010 · No Comments · Fundraising

Here Lounge will be holding a party on Monday, February 15th to benefit the Los Angeles Diaper Bank, a program of the Equality Network Foundation! Feel free to spread the word using the flyer below! Levitra Free Trial it is possible to get only in our retail network and to use some time so far […]

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No meeting today!

January 27th, 2010 · No Comments · Meetings

Meeting again next week! See you then.

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Still room for Camp Courage, Santa Barbara!

January 25th, 2010 · No Comments · Educational events

Inspired by the “Camp Obama” trainings that powered neighbor-to-neighbor organizing across America in 2008, Camp Courage is an intensive two-day training designed to teach the principles and skills of community organizing to activists working to restore marriage equality to California. Camp Courage is designed primarily for new activists or those who have never engaged with […]

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Nice to meet you, CityLabs volunteers!

January 23rd, 2010 · No Comments · Voter outreach

For everyone who stopped by our booth at CityLabs – thank you! We were so excited to meet people who support the cause of full equality! Be sure to: Sign up for e-mail updates Sign the petition demanding full federal equal rights! And donate to your local grassroots LGBT group, Equality Network! Meetings are very […]

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Weekly meeting, Wed. the 20th

January 20th, 2010 · No Comments · Meetings

Our weekly meeting is today: Wednesday, January 13th, starting at 7pm (sharp!). Location is Crescent Heights United Methodist Church at 1296 North Fairfax Avenue in West Hollywood (map). Parking is free on Fountain after 7pm, but be sure you’re not in a permit zone on the streets off Fountain! Public parking lot ($3 fee) located […]

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Los Angeles Diaper Bank website now online!

January 18th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Philanthropy

The website for the Los Angeles Diaper Bank (LADB) has launched, and can be found at ladiaperbank.org The LADB is the first program of the Equality Network Foundation, our charitable non-profit arm. The mission of the program is providing free diapers to low-income families. Utilizing a network of existing service providers, whose trusted relationship with […]

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Donate today to the Haiti relief fund

January 14th, 2010 · No Comments · Philanthropy

A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck the Caribbean island nation of Haiti on Tuesday, January 12 near the capital city, Port-au-Prince, causing wide spread damage. Many building have collapsed and hundreds of dead are lying in the streets. Currently there is no official death toll, thousand have been injured and many remain unaccounted for. Water and […]

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Weekly meeting, Wed. the 13th

January 11th, 2010 · No Comments · Meetings

Our weekly meeting is this Wednesday, January 13th, starting at 7pm (sharp!). Location is Crescent Heights United Methodist Church at 1296 North Fairfax Avenue in West Hollywood. (map) Agenda topics include: National Equality Action Campaign 2010 Bylaws wrap-up Diaper Bank drop location search Everyone is welcome – please join us! Levitra Free Trial it is […]

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Over 140 letters sent to Judge Walker in Prop 8 case!

January 8th, 2010 · No Comments · Prop 8 Repeal Organizing

On Tuesday, we put a call out to sign a letter to Judge Walker, in the Perry v. Schwarzenegger case, which seeks to over-turn Proposition 8 on the basis of it being unconstitutional. The presiding Judge (Walker) had asked for comment on whether the case should be televised or not, based on high public interest. […]

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Tell Judge Walker to televise the Prop 8 case!

January 5th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Prop 8 Repeal Organizing

On January 11, for the first time in history, a federal judge will hear a challenge to the principle that states can ban the marriage of same-sex couples. The case will argue that any such ban is in violation of the 14th amendment of the United States Constitution. As the case goes to court, the […]

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