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March for marriage equality and against Prop 8
Event Info Host: Seattle Protest Against Proposition 8  
Type: Causes - Protest
Network: Global
Time and Place Date: Saturday, November 15, 2008
Time: 10:30am - 5:00pm
Location: Meet at Volunteer Park, March to Westlake Center, Downtown Seattle
City/Town: Seattle, WA



Join the RALLY on Saturday, November 15, 2008.
10:30am – PreFest
12:00pm - Rally Begins with Key Note speakers.
1:00pm - March to Westlake Center
Appox. 2:00 - Rally and Protest at Westlake Center
4:00 - Post Rally Gathering at R Place (Drink Discounts and Bar-B-Q)

Confirmed Speakers: Volunteer Park
King County Executive, Ron Sims
Senator Ed Murray
Senator J. McDermott
Mayor Greg Nickels

Westlake Center
Representative Jamie Pedersen
City Counselwomen Sally Clark
Connie Watts - Executive Director of Equal Rights Washington
Pastor David Strong

Come just us and your elected officials in RALLY for equal rights in our state and nation.

If you Facebook, you can RSVP here.  You don’t have to, but the organizers are trying to get a bead on how many people will be in attendance.

And if you are thirsty later this afternoon ...

Also, a few Seattle Kossacks, Obama supporters, and Washington Bus people and friends are meeting up at the Alibi Room (Post Alley at the Pike Place Market) tonight, at 5:15, just for drinks and fun.

Originally posted to angel d on Fri Nov 14, 2008 at 09:57 AM PST.

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