Thursday, June 27, 2013

The only Doma Protest in NC was in Charlotte, according to Qnotes


CHARLOTTE, N.C. — About 30 community members gathered on Wednesday evening in Uptown Charlotte to celebrate yesterday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage.

“We’re here today to say that anything is possible in this country and that we have to fight for every single right we have,” organizer Lacey Williams said during the rally.

As usual Qnotes only reports about event in Charlotte while giving any other cities a food note in the story,,

Other celebrations were held elsewhere across Charlotte and the Carolinas. Supporters of the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBT civil rights organization, gathered for drinks at a celebratory reception at Cathode Azure, a gay bar in South End. In Columbia, SC Equality held a march to the South Carolina State House. In Raleigh, Equality North Carolina convened supporters for an event at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church.

As usual they leave out Greenville who had there rally which was also on TV. It would seem that Qnotes just don’t care about the rest of NC.. Only Charlotte.. I guess it would have been to hard to search the web for events in other part of NC, to find the list them too..

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