Next month, people in North Carolina will begin voting on a constitutional amendment that would permanently ban gay marriage along with civil unions and domestic partnerships, while stripping gay and straight unmarried couples of state recognition, benefits, and protections. Want to do something about it? Come participate in a phone-a-thon to help get out the vote. Bring your cell phone and laptop. No training required. Sponsored by OUTLaw, Duke Together, and Duke Law ACLUHomemade desserts will be provided. For more information, contact Christine Kearsley at email@example.com.
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