ENC is in the pocket of Gay Inc…

yes Equality NC is in the pockets of Gay INC, Hard to believe, but true.

Its almost Gala time too,

This year the Prices are all over the place, I sure if you donated over a certain amount, you get in for free, This Year Students in College gets a big break, however everyday people still have to pay the most, but wait, this year they are comp-ing some 20 or more tickets.. yes a small selection of people will get in for free. It seem they need more Trans and people of color to show up.

to get those you must know one of their college student ambassador, ie free labor…

. I guess just to prove that Equality here in nc isn’t just a white rich man thing…

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Yes the Rich Donors get in for free, Student for almost nothing, and these folks. Just like everything else Equality is acting just like Congress, protecting the Rich donors..

don’t’ just take my word for it,

This year thanks to generous grants from a number of wonderful foundations, Equality NC Foundation is pleased to be able to provide a 50% discount on student admission fees for a limited time only based on demand. To ensure fairness, learning institutions purchasing bulk admissions for students will each be limited to five discounted admissions. To purchase bulk admissions for students, please contact Devin at devin@equalitync.org or 919.829.0343 x 112.

This year's conference admission fees are as follows:

  • Complimentary admission for each donor who has made gifts totaling $1,200 or more during 2011

  • $50 regular admission ($65 after October 21)

  • $12.50 for students for a limited time only! | $25 for students ($35 after October 21)

  • $35 for people with income challenges (reduced rate not available after October 21)

  • Sorry, no refunds!

This year's gala admission fees are:

  • Complimentary admission for each donor who has made gifts totaling $1,200 or more during 2011
  • $145 regular admission ($175 after October 21)
  • $37.50 for students for a limited time only! | $75 for students ($95 after October 21)
  • $85 for people with income challenges (reduced rate not available after October 21)
  • Sorry, no refunds!

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