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March for Marriage Website Now Live!

 

National Organization for Marriage

Dear Marriage Supporter,

The alarming news about the resignation — or, more aptly, termination — of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich is bringing to light the enormity of the threat that redefining marriage poses not just to marriage, but to the individual citizens who believe in it.

Indeed, defending marriage is inextricably tied to defending our religious liberties and, indeed, all of our precious first amendment rights. And that defense is core to our mission here at NOM.

Americans should be at liberty to voice their support for the institution of marriage without fear of reprisal or discrimination.

Standing up in defiant reaffirmation of these liberties is, as I have explained before, one of the main reasons we are marching for marriage again this year. The March for Marriage will take place in Washington, D.C. on June 19th, beginning at 11:00 am. And today, I'm happy to announce that our brand new 2014 March for Marriage website is up and running. Check it out!

On the site, you'll find all the resources you need to get involved and participate in this year's March, including:

In addition, you can view pictures from last year's march, read the March for Marriage news feed and (in development — check back soon!) shop at the online store for March for Marriage swag!

And, as always, we could really use your help in the form of institutional sponsorship or a fully tax-deductible donation in support of these historic efforts.

We're going to continue standing up to the bullies and haters who want you and me to shut up and get out of the public square. If they haven't realized it already, they'll get the idea pretty soon: we're not going away, and neither is the truth about marriage!

Will you please sign up to be a part of the movement today?

Faithfully,

Brian S. Brown

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