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It seems that this election, with all the hope it offered to so many, was a lot less hopeful for the LGBT community. Four states passed laws banning same-sex marriage. In California where the courts had already ruled gay marriage legal, and thousands of same-sex couples had actually tied the knot, that meant not just denying people a right but actually taking it away from them (although it is still unclear if existing gay marriages in the state will be nullified). The gay community has finally gotten angry enough to make sure the entire nation hears its voice. This Saturday, Nov. 15, people in every state in America--and in some cities overseas--will protest the separate and unequal treatment of gays and lesbians in this country. The protests are set to occur simultaneously. The Baltimore protest will take place in front of City Hall from 1:30

p.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information visit jointheimpact.com. We'll be there. Will you?

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