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One Kalamazoo Releases First Anti-Discrimination Ad


Kalamazoo, Michigan is facing a November ballot measure that would place protections from discrimination based on sexual orientation before voters. Readers of this blog will recall that the issue has gone back and forth and has folks in that area heavily engaged.

Watch the first ad from One Kalamazoo, which smartly features allies against discrimination (above), AFTER THE JUMP...

And visit their site HERE.

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  1. perfect ad in my opinion

    Posted by: Ron | Oct 14, 2009 7:53:40 PM

  2. Nice. Yeah Kalamazoo!

    Posted by: Yogchick | Oct 14, 2009 9:08:27 PM

  3. A nicely done ad - glad to see it!

    Posted by: steve | Oct 14, 2009 10:19:58 PM

  4. Two of our three "grew up" in Kalamazoo. It's a beautiful city with a strong and wonderful gay community and a proud, gay mayor, Bobby Hopewell. We know its citizens and our friends will make the right choice.

    Posted by: That Burning Sensation | Oct 15, 2009 1:09:03 AM

  5. Excellent ad!

    Posted by: Jim in MN | Oct 15, 2009 9:54:32 AM

  6. reminds me of just having been out in iowa! seems like the midwest is holding true to its origins...not the fundamentalist ones, which have everyone calling it 'jesusland'...those, which are more 'live and let live'...AMEN!

    Posted by: jimmy | Oct 15, 2009 10:21:38 AM

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