Bil Browning

Kalamazoo/Lansing Day of Decision protest photos

Filed By Bil Browning | May 28, 2009 4:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Living, Politics, The Movement
Tags: Day of Decision, gay marriage, Kalamazoo, Lansing, marriage equality, Michigan, Prop 8, same-sex marriage

Projector Adam T sent in these photos of the Day of Decision protests in Kalamazoo and Lansing, Michigan. Don't miss our other photos of Indianapolis, Indiana's rally and the protest in Dallas, Texas. It's great to see all these pics of rallies from outside of the coasts and in Middle America. They may forget us quite often, but we don't forget them.

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Slideshow after the jump.


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Hopefully we'll be having a few rallies soon in Ohio as well!

adamleben | May 29, 2009 7:49 AM

Have you been in touch with anyone in Ohio about this? You might want to contact the Director of LBGT Affairs for the Ohio Democratic Party, James Winnet.

His contact number is: 614-207-2514

If he asks how you got referred to him, tell him a friend at the Michigan Democratic Party LBGTA Caucus sent yeah. :)

We had a demonstration here in Topeka, home of the Westboro Bigots Club, Yesterday, May 30. It was the second annual Million Fag March. Unfortunately, due to a lack of pre-publicity the march came up about 999,850 short, but it was a show of solidarity in the alleged home of hypocrisy.
The midwest.

Cars passing beeped at about a 10% support rate. There were very few middle fingers.

If the midwest can show support, the coasts will be free in no time!