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Gay, married binational couple are separated, post Valentine's Day video to show their love

From Immigration Equality:

Matt Conley and Yoav Schlezinger are a married, U.S.-Israeli couple who have been in touch with Immigration Equality as they navigate DOMA and look for options to reunite after being separated by our country’s discriminatory immigration laws.

This morning, Matt & Yoav shared a video they made, for Valentine’s Day, about their plight.  I’m passing it along hoping you might be compelled to share it via Facebook and Twitter, and help us send their story viral.  (If you happen to be a fan of Immigration Equality on Facebook, please visit our page there and ‘like’ the video, then click ‘share’ to post it on your own page, so Matt & Yoav can see how many people have shared the video online.)


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