Sunday, May 24, 2009


The court's voice regarding Marriage Equality in California is going to be heard this Tuesday May 26th 10:00am Pacific time and Saint Louis will gather at our City (1200 Market Street) Hall to respond at 5:30pm.

A pro-Equality court decision would help fortify our community against what could be difficult years of economic strain and scapegoating.

An anti-Equality court decision would likely fuel the heightened level of violence already recorded against the LGBTQ community across our nation. It will embolden more bigotry and homophobia.

Either way, the Tuesday results in California are a national issue—especially for us in Missouri trying to pass Anti Discrimination legislation in our Show Me State.

St. Louis has done it before and we can do it again: On November 15th you helped mobilize over 1000 people to our "Join The Impact Rally."

St. Louis reached out during the "Freedom to Marry" vigil and most recently with the ShowMe Marriage Equality Bus where 17 Missouri couples took a bus to Iowa City to become the first Missourians to legally marry in the historic neighboring state of Iowa.

We only have a few days to get the word out about this ST. LOUIS DAY OF DECISION, at the St. Louis City Hall 5:30pm to 7:30pm this Tuesday May 26th.

Here are two posters to help promote our event.

Please consider printing both of these fliers and distribute as you "Memorial Day" around town. and

These are both Adobe PDF files. Let's fill the City Hall Rotunda