March 8, 2012 by HRC staff
The following post comes from HRC Consumer Marketing Assistant Bryce Romero:
Representing a diverse force of more than one million members and supporters, attendees at our recent 2012 Equality Convention literally put the faces of equality on display by becoming freelance models and silent spokespeople for HRC.
More than 150 folks participated in a special two-day Equality Photoshoot. Showcasing the latest in HRC merchandise, each participant worked it for the cameras.
The Equality Convention is an inspiring weekend when we gather all of our volunteers, Board, and Steering Committee alike, to get the latest information on what the Human Rights Campaign is working on and how our volunteers, HRC's most valuable asset, can further engage in our work.
Always a highlight of the Equality Convention, the Equality Photoshoot is a spectacular opportunity for volunteers to mix and mingle, laugh and weave together the fabrics of the LGBT movement.
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