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As statewide LGBT organizations go, it’s hard to match MassEquality’s storied reputation. Marriage equality in Massachusetts was born of the judiciary ten years ago this month, but in its infancy, MassEquality reared it in a toxic anti-equality national political environment amid efforts at home to amend our state constitution to deny lesbian and gay folks the right to marry.
MassEquality spearheaded an effective grassroots campaign apparatus aimed at protecting elected officials and candidates who stood with us and defeating those who did not. The political air cover MassEquality and other LGBT groups provided allowed pro-equality lawmakers to stand up to the conservative coalition bent on stuffing out the early flames of marriage equality.
Town Hall | Provincetown | July 20 Sweet Cheeks chef-owner Tiffani Faison headlined the fourth annual MassEquality fundraiser. She refereed a cooking challenge. “I’m thrilled to be participating again in MassEquality’s Taste of Provincetown,” said Faison, who was one of two […]