From In The Life Media
rights put to a vote. To date, twenty-six states have enacted
constitutional amendments defining marriage as between a man and a
On Tuesday, November 4, LGBT citizens will again face the possibility of
having their civil rights taken away in California, Florida, Arizona,
At the same time, a contentious Presidential election is prompting
anti-gay forces to try and divide Americans along racial, class and
sexual identity lines with "wedge" issues - like marriage equality and
adoption rights of gays and lesbians.
In this exclusive footage, NAACP Chair Julian Bond and Washington Post
writer Jonathan Capehart discuss the common ties of the civil rights and
LGBT civil rights movements. Bond speaks of the divisive tactics used in
the 2004 election and offers a stirring reminder of all Americans'
What hangs in the balance Tuesday, November 4th, is nothing short of
whether this nation is going to live up to its founding promise of
equality for all.
Every vote counts this Election Day. For that reason, it's crucial that
you know your rights and that you exercise them and vote!
With so much riding on this election, you can be sure that partisan
efforts to prevent Americans from voting through deception, fraud, and
bullying will be ferocious. In The Life Media encourages you to visit
these nonpartisan voter education and protection sites to learn more
about and ensure your right to vote.
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