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Equality Pennsylvania Partners in Statewide Marriage Equality Vigils

Harrisburg – This is a critical moment for marriage equality. On March 26 and 27, the US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two cases which will forever change the dialog about marriage equality in the United States. The cases, Hollingsworth v. Perry, and United States v. Windsor, better known as the California Prop 8 case and the DOMA case, will decide whether marriage equality should be afforded to all Americans. Equality Pennsylvania is part of a coalition of grassroots leaders, families and advocates – called United for Marriage – all working together on a series of events across Pennsylvania.

March 25th
PHILADELPHIA (5-7PM)
James A. Byrne US Courthouse
7th and Market Streets, Philadelphia

PITTSBURGH (7-8PM)
US Courthouse
700 Grant Street, Pittsburgh

March 26th
HARRISBURG (4:30-6:30PM)
Federal Building and US Courthouse
3rd & Walnut Streets, Harrisburg
(EQPA Executive Director Ted Martin is scheduled to speak)

ERIE (7-8:30pm)
Erie Federal Courthouse
17 South Park Row, Erie

SCRANTON (7-8:30PM)
Lackawanna County Courthouse
200 N. Washington Avenue (on Linden St. side)

LANCASTER (6-7:00PM)
Binns Park

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Thank you to our 2017-18 Strategic Partners

Equality Federation Human Rights Campaign Gill Foundation Gill Action Fund Freedom for All Americans
American Unity Fund ACLU PA Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund Johnson Family Foundation Schlegel-Deibler Charitable Foundation

To become a strategic partner with a contribution, sponsorship, or service of $2,500 or more,
contact Development Director Joe Dungee at jdungee@equalitypa.org.

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