Scene from the protest against the anti-equality constitutional amendment ballot question at the Minnesota State Capitol on Saturday, May 21st 2011. The crowd of about 200 pro-equality protesters sang the Civil Rights anthem "We Shall Overcome", as the sole remaining supporter of the ballot measure (the bald head at the very front of the crowd) stood stoic, not interacting at all. Behind the closed door, the MN House of Representatives was hearing debate on the issue, which eventually passed 70-62 and will be put to voters in 2012. Of those who voted to put the question of denying rights to a select group of people on the ballot, not one got up to defend the measure. When November 2012 comes, stand up for the idea that all people were created equal and that "liberty and justice for all" means just that. Vote for love. Vote No.

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