The financial district, downtown Manhattan, New York City.
Stpehen Farrell writes:
A photoshoot of about 80 Irish people living New York who came together this week in solidarity to support the YES campaign. Organised by Dublin-born Wall Street Journal Journo Quentin Fotterell (top right), novelist Belinda McKeon (top left) and others. Yes!.. Equality Street…
The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN); the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL); and Marriage Equality, have today launched Yes Equality, a joint campaign to encourage people to register to vote this November, ahead of next year’s referendum on civil marriage equality. The campaign will be run in collaboration with local equality organisations across the country as well as the Union of Students in Ireland (USI), Students’ Unions and Trade Unions.
The campaign was launched today in Cork City by campaigner Joanne O’Riordan, featured in the documentary film ‘No Limbs No Limits’, and Eoin Murphy, goalkeeper for All-Ireland Hurling Champions, Kilkenny.