Pick your protest!

By: Gay.com

Protests have been popping up all over the country at the outrage that has happened, not only in California, but in Arizona, Florida and Arkansas this past Tuesday.

We're going to list all the events we know about but we need your help!   Let us know what is happening in your area so we can help get the word out and get as many people at these events as possible!

Friday night - 11/7:
San Francisco - 5:30PM
Civic Center to Dolores Park

San Diego - 9:00PM
Laurel & Sixth Avenue to San Diego City Hall

Long Beach, California - 6:45PM
Broadway and Redondo

Santa Barbara - 5:00PM

De La Guerra Plaza

Palm Springs, California - 5:00PM
City Hall

Salt Lake City, Utah - 6:00PM
North Temple and State Street

Saturday and Sunday events after the jump!

Saturday - 11/8

Los Angeles
 - 6:00PM

Corner of Sunset Blvd. and Santa Monica Blvd

San Diego - Noon
1st Avenue & University Avenue in Hillcrest to 30th Street & University Avenue in North Park.

Laguna Beach, California - 5:30PM

Laguna Beach City Hall

Rancho Cucamonga, California - 11:00AM
Heritage Park, 5546 Beryl St

Rancho Cucamonga, California - 4:00PM

Victoria Gardens Cultural Center

Chicago, Illinois - 5:30PM
(to protest Focus on the Family's James Dobson)
Renaissance Chicago Hotel, 1 W. Wacker Drive (at State Street)

Chicago, Illinois - 5:30PM
(to protest Proposition 8)
Wacker Drive & State Street

Phoenix, Arizona - 10:00AM
Phoenix Superior Court House 111 S 3rd Ave

Sunday - 11/9

Hollywood, Florida - 8:00AM
Bethel Romanian Baptist Church, 1855 McKinley Street

Seattle, Washington - 8:00AM
Mormon Temple,
8th avenue NE

Lake Forest, California - 10:00AM
Saddleback Church, 1 Saddleback Pkwy

Sacramento, California -1:00PM
West steps of Capital building

Denver Area - 1:00PM
Mormon Temple 2001 East Phillips Circle, Centennial, Colorado

San Jose, California - 2:00PM
Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center - 938 The Alameda

Redlands, California - 4:00PM
Redlands City Hall, 35 Cajon Street

Please bring a candle
(battery-operated candle and/or tealight instead of a real candle-due
to potential fire hazard).  We know that many churches were involved in
passing Prop 8, and we are not standing at the temple to target Mormons
in general.  Instead, we stand there symbolically.  We feel it's
important to show our unity with the Mormon mothers of gay children, to
show them that they are not alone.  Thus, we want to mirror the candle
rally in Utah that hundreds of Mormon mothers held as a way to, in
solidarity, show that the light (i.e., that all should be treated
equally) is still burning bright among us despite the Mormon Church's
deep involvement, as well as the participation of other churches, in
trying to take this away.  There were approximately 600 people at the
candle rally in Utah.  It'd be great if we could also bring that many
out to this.  If you want to read about the Utah rally, please go to http://www.sltrib.com/ci_10883312  We hope that if the media shows up to this that you will share this reason why we're there.

It's time to come together and show that we aren't going to take the removing of our rights quietly!

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