The Time is Now

We must unite against hatred, bigotry and discrimination!

With the presidential inauguration happening tomorrow, and anti-LGBTQ sentiments rising across the country, many people are concerned about the future of LGBTQ rights in the U.S. We're now in a time of transition and uncertainty, and opponents of LGBTQ equality are feeling emboldened by recent conservative political wins. This means that MassEquality has plenty of hard work ahead this year between pursuing our 2017 Champions Agenda and preserving our hard-won victories.

There's one vital lesson that our years of work for LGBTQ rights has taught us: none of us alone is as strong as all of us together. In times like these, we must rise up and stand against the forces of bigotry and oppression, and on the side of those who are most impacted by intolerance and hate.

Will you stand with us?

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In today's political climate, giving to MassEquality is an act of resistance against the forces of hatred, bigotry and fear. Since 2001, we've worked tirelessly on multiple fronts to protect and expand LGBTQ rights in Massachusetts, and we're not about to stop now, no matter who sits in the White House or serves in the State House. But we can't do it without help—your help.

Your support today will sustain us in the struggles ahead to protect LGBTQ rights, and keep us fighting strong on behalf of our communities.

We're proud to stand with you, and we thank you for your generous support.

 

Boston Women's March for America

MassEquality is proud to support the Boston Women's March for America as a Community Partner. Please join us, and over 60,000 marchers from across Massachusetts and New England, for this event on Saturday, January 21st from 11:00 am-3:00 pm on Boston Common, near the corner of Beacon and Charles streets. We'll be gathering and marching in solidarity with over 200 other Women's Marches across the U.S. and around the world. For more information about this historic march and gathering for justice and equality, visit the Boston Women's March for America website or their Facebook Event page.

We hope to see you there!
 


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