NC college students organize against Amendment One

From the Huffington Post, more on the progress of Jen Jones’ run across the state in opposition to Ammendment One.

From the post

During our Race to the Ballot, a 322-mile run across North Carolina, wrapped in what amounts to 2,500 miles of voter registration and education events, we’ve visited every college campus that would have us, to get students mobilized against Amendment One, the state’s upcoming primary ballot measure that would threaten all unmarried couples and their children in the process of trying to discriminate against gay and lesbian families specifically.

It didn’t take much to get our students fired up. In 2012 the kids are all right.


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