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  1. michael says

    Inspiring. I love when things go they way they are supposed to in this world. Bravo, young man — all the health and joy in the world to you and your partner.

  2. Ben says

    Such a nice guy. I was visiting Atlanta in December with my best friend and we stopped by Outwrite for some coffee and browsing. I decided to order a slice of the coconut cake, but only if he’d give me an extra big slice, because it looked amazing. And he did!

    That was some tasty cake!

  3. says

    Greetings,

    Harlem Stage, an arts venue located on 135th & Convent Ave, would like to invite you to join us for the short film “Marriage Equality” followed by a community discussion.

    Marriage Equality by Thomas Allen Harris
    Tuesday, April 26; 7:30 pm; Aaron Davis Hall

    Harlem Stage brings the national debate about Marriage Equality for same-sex couples to Harlem with the world premiere of award-winning filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris’ new documentary short, “Marriage Equality: Byron Rushing and the Fight for Fairness.”

    This pioneering film documents how State Representative Byron Rushing, a straight LGBT civil rights ally, fought successfully for same-sex marriage in Massachusetts. The film provides an in depth look at the issue of Marriage Equality from the perspective of communities of color.

    Following the screening, Washington Post Editorial writer and MSNBC contributor, Jonathan Capehart, will moderate a community dialogue, featuring a distinguished panel and YOU, the Harlem Community.

    Learn More:
    http://www.harlemstage.org/calendar/details/114-marriage-equality

    Please contact me with any questions. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Thank you.

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