Back to Blog >Video: Marriage Equality in 2012, Year in ReviewTwo Decades in North Carolina: Diana and MaryAnn’s Love StoryStar Witness for Prop. 8 Now Supports Marriage EqualityThe Impact of Taking “8” Across the Country“A Profound Injustice” North Carolina Anti-Marriage Equality Amendment PassesVideo: North Carolina Votes on Amendment One & More NewsDown to the Wire: What You Can Do to Help Defeat Amendment One in North CarolinaVideo: Civil Unions Close in Colorado & More News
December 28, 2012
Here's a quick year-in-review to get you caught up with the progress we made in 2012, and where we're going to focus in 2013.
August 16, 2012
They met at a friend’s birthday party. Little did they know at the time, but 25 years later Diana Travis and MaryAnn Mueller would still be sharing their lives together on seven acres of land in Charlotte, North Carolina.
June 22, 2012
David Blankenhorn, who was called by the Prop. 8 Proponents as their star witness against marriage for gay and lesbian couples, now says that he supports marriage equality.
May 30, 2012
The play “8” began as an idea—an idea that through theater, hearts could be changed, minds could be awakened and new activists could be born.
May 8, 2012
Today, North Carolina adopted Amendment One, a state constitutional amendment that prohibits marriage equality and any form of legal relationship recognition for gay and lesbian North Carolinians.
May 7, 2012
In this week's Marriage News Watch: Civil unions are close to passing in Colorado, but there's only a few days left before the legislature adjourns. We're getting down to the wire on Amendment One in North Carolina. The Prop. 8 play is getting new legs as an audiobook. And the guys behind "We Are Young" have some strong words for marriage equality.
May 3, 2012
An anti-marriage amendment in North Carolina is close to passing with voters casting their ballots on Tuesday, May 8. The initiative would have far-reaching consequences.
April 30, 2012
In this week's video: Civil unions advance in Colorado, but old foes are joining forces in Maine. There's just a few days left until North Carolina votes on an extreme constitutional amendment, and the race is getting closer and closer every day. And new research has shown a promising trend when it comes to public opinion.