South Beach: Celebrate the End of Florida's Adoption Ban
Join the ACLU and our partners in the adoption campaign on Friday October 22, 2010 at the Shore Club in South Beach for a celebration honoring all of the efforts that made this decision possible—actions that uphold that a parent’s love is a parent’s love.
On September 22nd, South Florida and communities across the state celebrated the much-awaited 3rd District Court of Appeal’s decision stating that the law barring gay men and lesbian women from adopting is unconstitutional. This momentous occasion will allow ACLU plaintiff Martin Gill to adopt the two boys in his care for the past 6 years. This decision is a major victory for Martin, his family, and most importantly for thousands of children waiting to be adopted in Florida. October 22nd is the last day the state can appeal the case, and we hope you will join us to celebrate victory!
Time: 8:00PM to 10:00PM
Cost: FREE | Cash Bar and passed hors d'ouerves
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Gay dad Martin Gill, ACLU of Florida to 'celebrate the end of Florida's adoption ban' with public party Friday at Shore Club
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