Gay Civil Rights

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New Civil Rights Movement
Founded2013
Dissolved2016
TypeNon-profit (NPO)[1]
Area served
United States
Members
100,000+[2] [3]
Key people
Annalise Hernandez
Websitehttp://www.instagram.com/gaycivilrights
†Exact date unknown

The Gay Civil Rights (Campaign) (GCR) is an American non-profit organization established in 2013 in support of legalization legislation of same-sex marriage in the United States.

History[edit]

In 2013,[5] the New Civil Rights Movement (Gay Civil Rights) was launched as the Gay Human Rights Campaign on Twitter.com.

Petitioning of Roy Moore[edit]

The petition of Roy Moore read,

"Remove Roy Moore for his inability to perform his duties with impartiality. His blatant religiosity and preferential treatment of Christianity through statements like ‘The First Amendment only applies to Christians’ give enough evidence to doubt his judgement in any case put before him. Because the Separation of Church and State is fundamental to a free society. Roy Moore has shown his inability to be impartial. He has shown himself to be utterly biased and bigoted. He is standing in the court house door against marriage equality."

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Instagram photo by @gaycivilrights (Gay Civil Rights) - Iconosquare". Iconosquare.
  2. ^ "Gay Civil Rights (@gaycivilrights) • Instagram photos and videos". instagram.com.
  3. ^ "Gay Civil Rights". twitter.com.
  4. ^ "Gay Civil Rights". Iconosquare.
  5. ^ "Gay Civil Rights". twitter.com.