Last chance to RSVP for tomorrow’s luncheon on the future of marriage equality

Southern EqaulityIf there’s a more significant positive policy change looming on the horizon in North Carolina than the potential near-term arrival of marriage equality, it’s hard to say what that would be.

So, when might it happen? What has to happen first?

Don’t miss the chance to learn the answers to these and other similar questions at tomorrow’s very special Crucial Conversation luncheon in Raleigh:

The freedom to marry in North Carolina: Now what?

Featuring Chris Brook, Legal Director of the ACLU of North Carolina Legal Foundation; Jen Jones, Director of Communications and Outreach at Equality North Carolina; and plaintiffs in the court challenge to North Carolina’s marriage discrimination amendment.

When: Thursday, August 7, at noon — Box lunches will be available at 11:45 a.m.

Where: Center for Community Leadership Training Room at the Junior League of Raleigh Building, 711 Hillsborough St. (At the corner of Hillsborough and St. Mary’s streets)

Cost: $10, admission includes a box lunch.

Click here for more information and to register.

Questions?? Contact Rob Schofield at 919-861-2065 or [email protected]

– See more at: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2014/07/31/crucial-conversation-the-freedom-to-marry-in-north-carolina-now-what/#sthash.VSz7C8sO.dpuf

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