WE ARE UNDER ATTACK!

The 2020 Louisiana Legislative Session begins in 11 days and the LGBTQ Community is ALREADY under attack. Yesterday, Senator Beth Mizell (R-Franklinton) filed a bill to ban trans students from playing school sports. LGBTQ children are now being targeted this Session!

How can you help? COME HEAR FROM LEGISLATORS ABOUT THIS SESSION AND HOW WE CAN DEFEND OURSELVES!

When: Wednesday, March 4, 2020, 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Where: The Home of Drs. Chris and Gay Winters, 4930 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70115

Hateful bills are being filed by our opponents and this will be a tough session for the LGBTQ community. The Legislature has more Far Right Conservatives than ever before and may try to steamroll us with bad bills. It even appears that our enemies can override a veto from Governor John Bel Edwards.

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO STOP THEM! Join us on March 4 to learn how to support Forum for Equality’s efforts to defeat these bad bills and strengthen the State we love for all families!

Special thanks to Drs. Chris and Gay Winters and to our hosts:

  • Darrin Duplissey
  • Jeremy Epstein
  • Randy Evans
  • Jared Frank
  • Kate Geiss
  • Mary Griggs
  • Kelley Mackenroth
  • Ramsey Marcello
  • Ryan McNeely
  • Tracy Moore
  • Ileana Ortiz
  • Chris Otten
  • Kenny Oubre
  • Glenn Reames
  • Sebastain Rey
  • Ryan Rivers
  • Brandon Robb
  • David Robinson-Morris
  • Carlos Rodriguez
  • Sean Sullivan
  • Julie Thibodaux
  • Kenny Tucker
  • Mary Tucker
  • Joey Walker
  • Michelle Young

If you can’t make it on March 4, please visit our website to support us in our efforts to defeat anti-LGBTQ efforts in Louisiana.

We look forward to seeing you Wednesday night!

-Chris Otten, Past Chair, Forum for Equality Louisiana

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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