"Making Our Voices Count" Town Hall Tour
Equality NC “What’s Next?” Town Hall Tour & Campus Meetups
In 2013, what LGBT issues matter most to your community?
Equality NC is hitting the road for 2013 town hall meetings designed to provide an opportunity for supporters like you to look forward and learn together as we continue to fight for full equality in a New Year. Each stop on the Making Our Voices County Town Hall Tour addresses hyperlocal issues, events and activities to reengage community leaders in the work of fighting for Equality. Join us!
Equality NC will be coming to a town near you starting in January 2013. Suggest or attend a town hall and make your voice heard!
New Bern (February 11, 2013)
Addressing recent incident at a local restaurant and moving forward.
Greenville (February 18, 2013)
Addressing workplace non-discrimination and efforts in the city to protect LGBT public employees.
Southern Pines (February 27, 2013)
Addressing the local desire to "get involved" and cultivate pro-equality leadership and organizing in the active Sandhills region.
Greenville (March 4, 2013)
Equality NC returns to Greenville, NC for a follow-up meeting to continue the work of strengthening community activism and building bases of support in faith, business and rural communities. Join us. Take action for Equality.
Hickory (March 12, 2013)
Addressing the latest LGBT activism happening in Hickory regarding employment equality, youth outreach, and faith networking.
Don't see your city listed? Request a town hall or campus meetup in your area for 2013. E-mail Chris@equalitync.org.
Since January 2012, Equality NC has circled the state three times, traveling 6000+ miles to educate and engage our supporters on pro-equality issues that matter to you.
Past town hall and campus meetup stops include (and special thanks to these communities for hosting): Greenville (May 26, Tipsy Teapot, Greenville, NC), Raleigh (June 4, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh (UUFR), Siler City (June 6, Earl B. Fitts Community Center), Kitty Hawk (June 12, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Outer Banks), Durham (June 13, Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF), Wilmington (June 13, Front St. Brewery), Asheville (June 14, First Congregational United Church of Christ), Morehead City (June 14, Unitarian Universalist Coastal Fellowship (UUCF), Greensboro (June 18, College Park Baptist Church), Rocky Mount (June 19, Unitarian Universalist Church) Sandhills Community (June 20, Southern Pines Civic Club), Winston-Salem (June 24, Green Street Methodist Church) Hickory (June 25, Grace House (Old Hickory Funeral Home), Bakersville (June 26, DT's Blue Ridge Java), Boone (June 27, Boone Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BUUF), Charlotte (June 28 , Wells Fargo Auditorium), Salem College (August 28), and UNC-Asheville (August 29).