#KeepShreveportFair

keep shreveport fairTomorrow is the second time that the Shreveport Fairness Ordinance will be put to a vote. We need to make sure that we #KeepShreveportFair and safeguard the protections for employment, housing and accommodations, which includes protections for sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.

Do not allow council member Ron Webb to legalize discrimination through repeal of the Shreveport Fairness Ordinance. Our civic leaders, people of faith, the business community and citizens of Shreveport are making it clear that they support equality and fairness for all!

If you live in Shreveport, send an encouraging email message to the Shreveport City Council asking them to vote against the repeal of the Fairness Ordinance. Then join us tomorrow, Tuesday, January 14th at 3 PM at the Shreveport City Council Meeting on the first floor of Government Plaza located at 505 Travis Street.

Every step forward – like the one in Shreveport – is one step closer to a fairer and more equal state.

With Equality for All,

SarahJane Brady
Executive Director, Forum for Equality

PS. Make an impact across Louisiana with a recurring donation of $10, $25 or $50 to Forum for Equality.

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About Forum For Equality

The Forum For Equality is a statewide human rights organization dedicated to the establishment of a society free from discrimination and to the support of good government. We believe that the fastest and most efficient way to achieve these goals is to educate our communities and to constructively participate in the political process.
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One Response to #KeepShreveportFair

  1. kellie bond says:

    Please. Let’s make Louisiana and equal state. I want to marry my girlfriend that I’ve been with for many years. She’s my soul mate and no-one should be able to tell me who I should love. She’s it for me. Not letting us marry will not separate us. We will always be together and be a family. Please. Thank you.
    Kellie Marie Bond ELLZEY

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