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Texas Conference of the
Equality Across America Network

Unite and Fight:
Strategizing for LGBT Equality

May 21-23, 2010
Austin, Texas
Austin Community College, Eastview campus
Harvey Milk Day
March and Rally at the Texas State Capitol
on Saturday, May 22

On the weekend of May 21-23, activists from across Texas will gather to discuss and debate how to achieve full federal equality while forming a strong regional grass roots network. In addition there will be lots of time to hang out and socialize with other LGBT activists and allies in the region. Don’t miss the opportunity to build unity and meet new activist friends in Austin, May 21-23.
Shape the strategy for our next steps as a movement. Hear from prominent activists on what works and what doesn’t. Socialize with other individuals and groups in our region. Learn from educational workshops on topics that matter to you.

Plus to honor the legacy of struggle of Harvey Milk, the Equality Across America network has called for actions across the country on May 22, Harvey Milk Day. In that spirit, the Saturday of the Texas Conference will culminate with a march and rally in downtown Austin.

Current list of sponsoring organizations:

Equality Across America-Houston
Equality Now-Austin Community College
Equality Rising-Austin
Join the Impact-Austin
Queer LiberAction-Denton

Get involved! To add your group’s name to the list of endorsing organizations, email
There will be regular meetings in Austin to help plan the conference, as well as conference calls for people outside of Austin. Email to find out more.
Submit a proposal for a workshop. We are encouraging LGBT, social justice, and allied organizations to participate in the conference by putting on a workshop on a topic related to the fight for equality. The aim is to present a diversity of programming reflecting a range of timely and urgent issues. For more information:
Click here to find out more about the Equality Across America network and the spring 2010 regional conferences.