Post submitted by Annie Kehler, HRC Communications Intern 

Human Rights Campaign is proud to announce its nomination in the 18th Annual Webby Awards, the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet.

In the weeks leading up to the landmark marriage cases that came before the Supreme Court in 2013, HRC created the "Turning the Internet Red" campaign to lift up the conversation around marriage. The campaign received overwhelming support on both sides of the aisle, and from prominent corporations and individual citizens.  The results were unprecedented, making it the most viral campaign in Facebook history. 

HRC is celebrating the outpouring of support the campaign has received, even one year after the red marriage equality logo took off. But it would not have been possible without the millions of fairminded individuals around the world that stood up in support of loving, committed same-sex couples. 

Today we're proud to announce our standing as a finalist in the Public Service & Activism category for our red marraige equality campaign and in the Overall Social Presence category.  To show your support, cast your vote now.

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