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Grassroots events to engage LGBTQ people about their future in over 40 U.S. cities
As the country awaits the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality, more than 100 national, local and state-based LGBTQ organizations across the country have formed a national partnership to launch a campaign called, Our Tomorrow, to encourage LGBTQ individuals and friends to share their hopes, fears and ideas in their own words.
Our Tomorrow recently announced it will promote a national survey about the future to LGBTQ people in two ways: Online and Offline. Offline, the campaign will host grassroots events in more than 40 U.S. cities and towns this summer. From town halls led by partner organizations to PRIDE events and community forums, LGBTQ individuals will have the opportunity to fill out a hard-copy version of the survey and to engage in face-to-face discussions about the future with other LGBTQ people in their area.
“We want this effort to go beyond the urban centers to also include the widest possible swath of geographical participation throughout our incredibly diverse community,” says Lee Swislow, Our Tomorrow campaign manager. “From Santa Cruz, California to Tulsa, Oklahoma and Burlington, Vermont, we are committed to sparking a true, national public dialogue to generate inspiration, information and ideas for our future.”
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