HRC Goes Viral
March 29, 2013 by Maureen McCarty, HRC Associate Director of Digital Media
In case you hadn't noticed your Facebook and Twitter pages bleed red-versions of the HRC logo all week, the Human Rights Campaign's ubiquitous logo has indeed gone viral.
In the weeks leading up to the Supreme Court considering oral arguments in the cases of Hollingsworth v. Perry and Windsor v. U.S., HRC, in partnership with dozens of other organizations, launched a groundbreaking coalition to transform the conversation around marriage equality.
As a result, our hashtags #UnitedforMarriage and #marriageequality trended nationwide and saw engagement from celebrities, politicians and fair-minded corporations.
Read more about what we did and how we did it at www.hrc.org/viral.
Couldn't make it to one of the 150 events for marriage equality across the country this week? We live-blogged both March 26 and 27 and released two videos from the day. And there's still time to show your support for loving committed same-sex couples. Snag one of HRC's limited edition T-shirts.
You can also listen to audio from Tuesday's Proposition 8 oral arguments here and Wednesday's Windsor v U.S. oral arguments here.
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