WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Campaign for Southern Equality will hold a workshop, “What Amendment One Means for You and Your Family,” on dealing with legal issues in a post-Amendment One world on Sept. 15, 1-2:30 p.m. at Green Street United Methodist Church, 639 S. Green St.

Led by Attorneys Bradley J. Wiedeman and Diane Walton, the presenters will focus on the information specific to in-depth analysis of Amendment One. Attendees will be able to engage in a Q&A during the workshop.

Free childcare is provided.

Sponsors are Green Street, Equality Winston-Salem and Equality NC.

Co-sponsors are: Center for Participatory Change; Western NC Citizens to End Institutional Bigotry; Cogburn & Brazil, P.A.; Walton Law Office; National Center for Lesbian Rights; Southern Poverty Law Center; Lambda Legal; and ACLU of North Carolina.

Plans for a live online workshop are in the works on a future undetermined date.

Similar workshops were held in July at Charlotte and Asheboro.

For more information, visit southernequality.org.

Lainey Millen

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