22 May 2007

you don't have to be queer to support lgbt human rights...

Do you support human rights for everyone or only "those people" who look, think, and act like you...

As is our tradition Amnesty International will march in solidarity with Nashville's LGBT community in this year's Pridefest parade on June 2nd. We will carry our banner and possibly other signs. If you would like to march with Amnesty please r.s.v.p. to his e-mail. The parade route is about 5 blocks down Elliston Place from the Krispy Kreme at the corner of Church/21st N/ Elliston to Centennial Park. We do not have a table this year so you are free after the parade.
Parade Representatives will report to Parade Check-In for entry verification by 10:30 AM. Groups should line up and be ready in marching formation by 11:00 AM. If your representative has not checked in by 11:30 AM, your group will march at the end of the parade, per the discretion of the Parade Director. Marchers will lead the parade this year.

For more on Amnesty International's LGBT program OUTfront click here.

Randy Tatel
Amnesty International
Local Chapter Coordinator

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