Monday, February 9, 2009

Freedom to Marry Week 2009

People across the country are pledging to take part in 7 Conversations in 7 Days in honor of the 12th annual Freedom to Marry Week, February 8-14, 2009. Join in the pledge today!

Why?

Having conversations is the single most important action you can take towards achieving marriage equality nationwide.

How?

Get involved by joining in any of the 7 different ways to have conversations Feb. 8-14. We will highlight different ways to get involved each day, but feel free to get involved any way possible any day of the week!

Sunday, February 8th: YouTube Challenge

Submit a video to our YouTube Challenge for a chance to win cash prizes.

Monday, February 9th: Make Your Voice Heard

Add your face and voice to the conversation. Create a blog post, vlog, comment on our blog, change your status on facebook, or change your picture on social networks.

Tuesday, February 10th: Email for Equality

Sign the marriage resolution and email it to friends. Support your state’s equality organization and sign and circulate their petitions too!

Wednesday, February 11th: Button Up for Equality

Sign up to receive a button to wear or put our html button on your website, blog, or social networking page.

Thursday, February 12th: Face to Face to Equality

Have a face to face conversation by attending or hosting an event. Tell us about any events happening during the week, and we’ll post them.

Friday, February 13th: Txt 4 Equality

Receive a text or tweet about why marriage matters and forward on to friends.

Saturday, February 14th: Get Local With It

Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper.

Encourage your friends, family, and co-workers to take the pledge to have 7 Conversations in 7 Days this February 8-14!

Stuck on what to say? Pick up some talking points and conversation starters here: How to talk about marriage equality.

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