No matter what side of the political fence you reside, I am more than certain we can all come together and agree that all citizens of Memphis deserve equal protection from discrimination in the work place. Please share and if you can come Sept 18th, 3:30pm, Downtown Memphis in the Memphis City Council Chambers to stand united for equal protection for all in the workplace!
Link to the Facebook Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/events/306221676151618/
Local station WMCTV covers the rally on Sunday: http://www.wmctv.com/story/19557825/glbt-community-marches-at-civil-rights-museum
Organizers rally in support of gay rights measure in Memphis
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