Monday – Wednesday: Light the Way to Justice vigils calling for full LGBT equality are happening in more than 170 towns across all 50 states to mark the start of oral arguments. Find a vigil in your town at this link. CSE is hosting an Asheville, N.C. vigil with local partners tomorrow. We’re also very proud to stand with groups all across the country who are hosting vigils, including WE DO teams in Winston-Salem and Wilson, N.C.; Greenville and Columbia, S.C.; and Gulfport, Miss. A shout out to our friends at Gender Benders, SC Equality, Greenville Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and Equality NC for coming together to host 10 vigils across the Carolinas this week.
Thursday: CSE’s fabulous volunteer Legal Team is hosting a Community Law Workshop at 6:30 p.m. EST to discuss what happened during oral arguments. We’ll be live streaming on our YouTube channel so you can join the conversation with your questions from anywhere in the country. Tune into this link at 6:30 p.m. EST on Thursday, March 28, or join us in person at First Congregational Church, 20 Oak Street, Asheville (click here for more information).
At 6:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday, tune into ABC World News with Diane Sawyer to see an interview with Cameron and her moms, talking about her letters to the Supreme Court justices about marriage equality and life as a LGBT family in the South. We’re so inspired by Cameron, who’s next stop is the White House Easter Egg Roll! Here’s more of her story.
At 2:00 p.m. EST Tuesday, Jasmine Beach-Ferrara Executive Director, Campaign for Southern Equalitybe taking part in a Washington Post Google Hangout about the real life impact of the “DOMA “and “Prop 8” cases. You can watch at this link.