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June 26, 2015 :: Love wins!

We all won, 5-4, at the Supreme Court! Details below courtesy of Lambda Legal: http://www.lambdalegal.org/liveblog/. Rally in downtown Kansas City at 5:30 p.m. Go here for up-to-date-information: https://www.facebook.com/marriageequalityrally?fref=ts

Chely Wright

@chelywright: 5-4 Decision from SCOTUS in favor of marriage equality.  This isn’t just a win for LGBT people— this is a win for ALL Americans. And “I’m especially proud of the LikeMe Lighthouse family for their tireless work on behalf of equality in the Midwest. Our collective voice has been heard”

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CenterLink, the Community of LGBT Centers

“Victory at the national level relies on support and hard work at the local level — and at the heart of so many local communities are LGBT centers. Centers will, as they traditionally have, continue to play a vital role in this movement — providing services and resources for those who are in need; fighting for equality and justice in their towns, cities and states; and serving as a home for individuals, groups and organizations to gather, to educate, and to organize.”