National Organization for Marriage's Brian Brown spoke to a small crowd of anti-gay marriage supporters in Atlanta on August 7th, 2010. Brown compared the fight to keep same-sex marriages outlawed to the anti-slavery movement and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for civil rights. Videos after the jump.
Sign making party tonight to prepare for Saturday's rally protesting anti-gay NOM's bus tour stopping in Atlanta
The Queer Justice League of Atlanta, Georgia Equality and MEGA Family Project are finalizing plans for a counter-protest to an anti-gay marriage group’s planned demonstration in Atlanta.
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) will make its way to the Georgia Capitol on August 7th as part of a national “marriage tour.”
An estimated crowd of about 400 turned out May 22 to rally for LGBT rights at City Hall in Savannah, Ga. — “the largest event of its kind ever in the city,” according to organizers.