Why the March for Marriage? On March 26th the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Perry case, which will determine if Proposition 8 – the citizens initiative approved by the people of California in 2008 to protect marriage – is constitutional or not. More importantly, the question of same-?sex “marriage” and the right of Americans to protect marriage will be decided. It is imperative that political leaders, the media, and the culture see that we care about protecting marriage enough to stand up and march for it.
Who is the March for Marriage? The March is being organized by the National Organization for Marriage (NOM)
alongside a broad coalition of pro-?family organizations, state partners, African-? American, Latino, Catholic and Protestant leaders. Please check the website for an up-?to-?date list of co-?sponsoring organizations and confirmed speakers.
What is the Schedule of Events for the March on Tuesday, March 26th? 8:30 am – Gather at National Mall location between 10th Street and 12th Street NW & between Madison Drive NW and Jefferson Drive SW 9:30am – March to Supreme Court and then return to the National Mall location 11:00am-1:00pm – Rally begins at National Mall location
How can I help out? a) share this handout with your friends, family, and fellow church members b) come to Washington, DC and march with us on March 26! c) organize a group to travel to DC to march and/or volunteer the day of the march d) last but not least, pray for the march and for the protection of marriage.
How can I learn more about coming to the march, becoming a co-?sponsor, organizing a bus or volunteering on the day of the march?
Visit us online: www.MarriageMarch.org & www.facebook.com/MarchForMarriage or call us at (202) 457-8060 & email us at [email protected]