In the coming days the United Sates Supreme Court will announce their decision on marriage Equality. It will either make discrimination against same sex couples wishing to marry illegal nationwide --- or allow LGBTI Americans to be legally classified second class citizens.

Either way, ON THE NIGHT OF THE DECISION...

Take to the streets of downtown Tucson and celebrate (or protest) the history-making US Supreme Court decision on Marriage Equality!

As the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprisings of 1969 are commemorated with pride events around the world this week and as America awaits the most momentous legal decision in LGBTI history, let's get the word out that we here in Tucson plan to be a part of that history!

ENGAGE is a celebration! A Celebration of our communities long journey to equality, a celebration of our right to love and have our relationships recognized without prejudice by our government. We're shutting down Scott Street from Pennington to Broadway with lights and color and sound and music --- with a stage, a DJ and dancing, food trucks and a party inside JunXion Nightclub!

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So whether we win or lose, spread the word to everyone you know NOW that we will be gathering at the intersection of Scott and Congress in Downtown Tucson on the night the Supreme Court announces their decision (expected to be this Thursday or next Monday).

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WHAT CAN YOU DO?

SPREAD THE WORD. CLICK ON THE FACEBOOK LINK TO INVITE EVERYONE YOU KNOW, LGBTI AND ALLY ALIKE.  
This is how we will be able to update everyone with details as they unfurl.

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C'mon Tucson, this is our moment! Come out, celebrate and ENGAGE!

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ENGAGE, Tucson's Response to The Supreme Court's Decision on Marriage Equality is produced by Pete King in association with SAAF and the GLBT Chamber of Commerce with the help of the Tucson LGBT Freedom Day Parade Committee and EQAZ.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

•   Over 500 "VETO" signs printed and distributed to area businesses
•   Door-to-door canvasing of all businesses on Congress and 4th Ave
•   Widespread media coverage, including TV, radio and front page of
    Arizona Daily Star
•   Produced the communities only significant fundraising event
•   Multiple television interviews and TV backdrop for live news broadcasts
    25/02/2014
•   Underwriting and production of signage and balloons for Thank You rally
    28/02/2014

Mar 1 Financial Report