I was able to obtain this FRC Press release even though it has not been released to the public yet (SHHHH just between us ok)
I knew something was in the works, and I was waiting for a chance to do something to counteract FRC. As you know they are Right downtown (literally 4 blocks away from where i work in DC).
Maybe we should set up in front of their building (was thinking more of a tabling then a protest/demonstration..or we can do both) on that day from 9am to noon...it's easy to submit of permit to the DC-PD for that sort of thing...I have one in front of me right now.
What do you all think?
Interesting panel they have assembled.
---------- Forwarded message ----------From: Maria Donovan <[address removed]>
Date: Jun 25,[masked]:45 PM
Subject: FRC Panel Discussion
To: [address removed]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 23, 2008
CONTACT: J.P. Duffy or Maria Donovan, (866) FRC News
**MEDIA ADVISORY**FRC TO HOST PANEL DISCUSSION ON RELIGIOUS LIBERTY AND CALIFORNIA
Washington, D.C. - Thursday, July 10, at 10:00 am, Family Research
Council, will host a panel discussion on the California Supreme Court
ruling on same-sex "marriage" and the threat posed to First
Amendment rights and religious liberty protections. The panel of legal
and policy experts will address questions that concern religious
organizations. Will churches be able to deny "marrying" homosexual
couples? Will they be able to deny access to their facilities? Will
other Christian organizations retain their religious identity and
beliefs in light of the court's decision?
Who: Kevin J "Seamus" Hasson, Founder, Chairman of the Board, and
President of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty; Professor Teresa
Stanton Collett, University of St. Thomas School of Law; Nathan J.
Diament, Director of the Institute for Public Affairs of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America; and Professor Chai R.
Feldblum, Georgetown University Law Center; Tony Perkins, President of
the Family Research CouncilWhat: California Same-sex "Marriage": The Impact on Religious
When: Thursday, July 10, 2008
Where: Family Research Council
801 G St, NW
Washington, DC 20001