Marriage equality rally set in Russellville | Arkansas Blog

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Marriage equality rally set in Russellville

Posted By on Sat, May 2, 2015 at 9:45 AM

Though a quickly arranged counter-demonstration turned out a bigger crowd than a Tea Party inspired rally against same-sex marriage in Russellville last weekend, a group supporting marriage equality decided to demonstrate from a positive perspective today.
click to enlarge BACK AGAIN: Equality demonstrators outnumbered foes at an anti-same-sex marriage rally in Russellville last week. Today, they are emphasizing the positive with a rally of their own. - ALISSA HERTZ
  • Alissa Hertz
  • BACK AGAIN: Equality demonstrators outnumbered foes at an anti-same-sex marriage rally in Russellville last week. Today, they are emphasizing the positive with a rally of their own.

Pope County for Equality
will have a "positive and peaceful" rally in in support of marriage equality in the park across from the train depot at 3 p.m. There will be a march to the courthouse and back. Speakers include James Bittle, Jeannie Fowler Stone and Dr. MarTeze Hammonds, associate dean for diversity and inclusion at Arkansas Tech. Music by Sad Magick.

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