Friday, November 21, 2008

Project Postcard - LGBTQ Community to Obama

President-elect Barack Obama has made a lot of promises to the LGBTQ community. We have to make sure he follows through. What better way to do it than to send him a friendly little reminder? Here's what you do...

BUY A POSTCARD - It would be great if it had the name of your city or state on it, but feel free to get creative. Make your own, use one that you have around the house, or grab a free one at your local restaurant. Heck, why not get a bunch of different ones? The more, the better.

ADDRESS IT - A handwritten card is always best, but feel free to print out labels if you're going to send multiple cards. Here's the address...

President-elect Barack Obama
Presidential Transition Office
Kluczynski Federal Building
230 S. Dearborn St., 38th Floor
Chicago, IL 60604

WRITE A MESSAGE - A unified message would be ideal. Let's keep it focused. I recommend something like this...

Dear President-elect Obama,

Please ask Congress to repeal D.O.M.A.! All Americans should have the right to marry. Thank you in advance for advocating for the civil rights of your LGBT citizens.

SIGN YOUR NAME - There is nothing more powerful than that.

BUY POSTAGE AND DROP YOUR POSTCARD(S) IN THE MAIL - Wasn't that easy? Repeat frequently.

The image I posted of a gay ally postcard is an idea, but any postcard will do, it is the message and wording that is key.

Go to Civil Rights Front for more info on Project Postcard.


Me. Here. Right now. said...

Hey, QU,

You haven't heard about the 11/22 protest (it's gonna be ginormous) at the State Capitol building from 2-5 tomorrow - Saturday - sponsored by Equality Action Now (estimates at about 30k now). Bunch of bloggers meeting up beforehand - they can get in touch with me via my blog Hahn at Home if interested.

Queers United said...

I have the sacramento protest listed tomorrow, but I thought California Outreach was hosting it.
Sacramento, CA
California State Capitol Building
California State Capital Building
10th Street and Capitol Mall
Saturday, 2PM

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