Campaign for Southern Equality to hold gathering after SCOTUS decision

The Campaign for Southern Equality is planning to host a community gathering following the SCOTUS decision–the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality. The ruling is expected in late June, and Southern Equality expects the decision date to fall somewhere between today, June 22, and next Wednesday, June 30. Whichever day the decision falls on, and whatever decision is made, you an gather with Southern Equality that evening at Vance Monument from 5:00-6:00 p.m., and at the Century Room at Pack’s Tavern from 6:30-8:30.

From the Campaign for Southern Equality

Press Release:

Join us the night of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality. Whatever the outcome, we’ll gather in Asheville to be together.

5:00 – 6:00 PM: Gather at Vance Monument
6:30 – 8:30 PM: The Century Room at Pack’s Tavern, 20 Spruce St.

The ruling is expected in late June, but we won’t know when until it happens (Facebook requires a date range, so we chose June 22-30, but that can change).

Southern Equality’s Facebook Event Page

About Melissa Sibley
Melissa Sibley is from a tiny town near the coast of North Carolina called New Bern, and will be a senior next year at UNC Asheville. She is a Literature major with an emphasis on Creative Writing, and a Psychology minor. She plans to stay in Asheville after graduation and continue to work on her personal and public writing through internships/employment with local publications. Follow me @MissMelissaSib

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