YES for Equality Forum at Nauset High

September 23rd from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Indivisible Outer Cape and the Nauset Regional High School Human Rights Academy present the forum YES for Equality: YES on Ballot Question #3 on Sunday, September 23, 1-3 p.m. in the Nauset Regional High School Auditorium. 

This forum aims to educate the public and answer their questions about the ballot effort to repeal the civil rights granted to transgender individuals in 2016 by the Massachusetts Public Accommodation Law (M.G.L c. 272, §§ 92A, 98 and 98A) which prohibits, among other things, making any distinction, discrimination, or restriction in admission to or treatment in a place of public accommodation based on race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, deafness, blindness, or any physical or mental disability, or ancestry.

Confirmed speakers include State Senator Julian Cyr, State Representative Sarah Peake, the ACLU’s Whitney Taylor, and Freedom for All Massachusetts’ Anabel Santiago. 

Information will also be available on Ballot Questions #1 and #2.

Indivisible Outer Cape is a non-partisan local entity, affiliated with the nationwide Indivisible network. In order to preserve our democracy, Indivisible Outer Cape supports and empowers people who live on the Outer Cape and facilitates their political engagement.


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