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Marching for equality in Ypsilanti

By |2004-12-23T09:00:00-05:00December 23rd, 2004|Uncategorized|

YPSILANTI – In response to Proposal 2 and other recent discriminatory legislation targeting the LGBT community, the Project YES Players and Eastern Michigan University students held a march for equal rights on Thurs. Dec. 9. The purpose of the march was to be visible, to take action against discrimination, and to show support for the equality of all. March organizer and Graduate Assistant for Project YES Players Kate Brindle was happy with the turn out. “We had about 40 people show up which I thought was pretty good because it was finals and we decided to do it during class just so a lot of people would see it because they’d be on campus,” she said. For more information on LGBT events at EMU visit

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