IT’S TIME! GET YOUR VOTE ON.
Fayetteville’s “Rally Against Amendment One: Relational Organizing Workshop”
When: Thursday, April 12, 6-8pm
Where: Melchor-Quick Meeting House
669 Country Club Road
Facilitators: Ricky, Laura, Patty, Brooke, Rakhee
Co-sponsors: All Of Us NC (http://allofusnc.tumblr.com/), Cumberland County Progressives (http://www.cumberlandcountyprogressives.com/), Occupy Fayetteville (http://sites.google.com/site/occupyfayetteville/), The Unitarian Universalist of Fayetteville, Diversity in Faith: A Christian Church for All People, and The Alliance (http://www.meetup.com/The-Alliance-NC/)
All Of Us NC/SONG in-person meeting
When: Friday, April 13, 6-8pm
Where: Pinhook, 117 W Main St. Durham
Allying Against Amendment One House Party
Afternoon of food, drink, and music to support organizing efforts against Amendment 1, highlighting the work of All Of Us NC
When: Saturday, April 14, 3-6pm
Where: 701 Method Road, Raleigh, NC 27607
Hosted by Marcie Hawkins Smith
Thomasville’s “Power Up to Vote It Down: Relational Organizing Workshop against Amendment One!”
When: Saturday, April 14, 4-6pm
Where: St. Stephen’s Interfaith Temple (Zuri and TaMeicka’s church!)
11267 US Hwy 64 East
Thomasville, NC 27360
Facilitators: Emily, Zuri, TaMeicka, John, All Of Us NC
Durham’s NCCU and Neighbors Vote Together AGAINST Family Discrimination
When: Thursday, April 19th, 9am-10am, at the opening of one-stop early voting
Where: Alfonso Elder Student Union, NC Central University, Durham. Durham voters cast their ballots AGAINST the amendment.
Looking for freedom song singers! Would anyone like to sing or lead songs?
Asheboro’s Picnic at the Polls
When: Friday, April 20th, 3:30 - 5:30
Where: Randolph County Board of Elections, Worth St., Asheboro, NC
Let’s give voters a vision of what a LGBTQIA family living in Asheboro, really looks like. We’ll have hula hoops, footballs, soccer balls, blankets on the lawn, picnic foods, rainbow cupcakes, and flyers to hand out about the harms of Amendment One.
EVERYONE to Wilmington! Statewide Parade + Party at the Polls
When: Saturday, April 21st from 1pm-3pm
Where: Meet at Port City Java, 132 Racine Dr. Wilmington
March to the Government Center.
New Hanover voters cast their ballots AGAINST the amendment.
Hosted by Wilmington Pride, All Of Us North Carolina, Southerners On New Ground, New Hanover NAACP Local, Reel Equality, Democracy NC, St. Jude MCC, Loving Families, and our ally organizations.
Durham People’s Alliance- March to the Polls!
When: Saturday April 21st at 11:00 a.m.
Where: Leaving from Foster and Corporation (near the Durham Farmer’s Market) walking to the Durham County Board of Elections. Bring wonderful and creative signs. Even if you can’t vote, you can still come march, then join us for a party at Motorco! Contact Julie: email@example.com
Greensboro’s Amend This! Party
When: Saturday, April 21st at 8pm
Where: Glenwood Coffee and Books, 1310 Glenwood Ave. Greensboro 27403
Featuring Retna, D Noble, Laila Nur, DJ Dude Femme, The Tomboys, Enoch the Messenjah and DJ Deep Theory
Wilson’s “Rally Against Amendment One: Relational Organizing Workshop”
When: Sunday, April 22nd at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, from 2-4 pm
Where: St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 202 N Goldsboro St., Wilson NC
Wake County’s Polling Place Potluck Picnic Party!
When: Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 12:00pm
Wake County peeps—Come on out and vote early AGAINST the proposed Amendment One! Then, let’s all go have a potluck picnic party on the grounds of the Old Capitol building!
Where: Meet in front of the Wake County Government building on S. Salisbury at 12pm, we’ll all vote, meet outside to have our photo taken with our hot-hot “I Voted” stickers, then adjourn to the grounds of the Old Capitol building for a tasty potluck picnic party! Bring delicious edibles, blankets, utensils/plates/cups, and your fiercely-dressed beautiful selves.