Monthly Archives: November 2008

Seven Weeks to Equality

Act now, endorse the Call to Action below. Message Preview From: Your Name <> Subject: Seven Weeks to Equality We call on all supporters of equality to sustain and intensify the nationwide campaign of mass protests and non-violent civil disobedience, for seven weeks, starting on November 27, 2008, the thirtieth anniversary of the assassination of… Read More »


Wednesday, Dec. 10: INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The United Nations’ theme for this observance is: “Dignity and Justice for All.” Rally at the United Nations in New York City. Join “DAY WITHOUT A GAY” – A national call to stay home from work and rally for… Read More »


On November 27, 1978, gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk was assassinated in San Francisco City Hall. Thirty years later, his struggle continues. On November 4, 2008, millions of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans of all races proudly cast their ballots for Barack Obama, helping to elect the first African-American President of the United States.… Read More »