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The ACLU of Nebraska has organized a 2015 Greater Nebraska Freedom Tour, where Nebraskans can meet Susan and Sally Waters, two of the plaintiffs suing the state to give all the freedom to marry. The events will take place Feb. 23-25 at 5:30 p.m. in Scottsbluff (23rd), Kearney (24th) and Hastings (25th).

In addition, the ACLU of Nebraska will provide an update on its marriage case currently making its way through the federal court system in Nebraska, as well as the Equality Agenda bills in the Nebraska legislature that cover discrimination in employment, foster care, adoption, health care, and education issues.

Bold Nebraska supports the Equality Agenda bills and the ACLU of Nebraska’s lawsuit seeking the freedom to marry for all Nebraskans.

  • WHAT: ACLU Greater Nebraska Out For Freedom Tour
    • Nebraskans are encouraged to join the free events open to the public to learn more about pending cases and legislative efforts to ensure equal rights for gay and transgender Nebraskans.
  • WHO: Tyler Richard, Communications Director, ACLU of Nebraska
    Susan and Sally Waters, Clients of the ACLU of Nebraska
  • WHEN & WHERE: February 23rd through the 25th, 2015 at 5:30 in the evening.
    • Monday, February 23rd, Scottsbluff
      Midwest Theatre, 1707 Broadway, at 5:30 pm
      (View event on Facebook)
    • Tuesday, February 24th, The University of Kearney
      Copeland Building Room #130 at 5:30 pm
      (View event on Facebook)
    • Wednesday, February 25th, at Hastings College
      Hazelrigg Student Union Room A&B at 5:30 pm
      (View event on Facebook)