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Equality NC Communications Director Jen Jones, in yellow, leads a cheer before a run from Ninth Street to the Pinhook in downtown Durham. The Coalition to Protect NC Families held a rally to raise awareness about Amendment 1, which contains discriminatory language against same-sex couples and heterosexuals in domestic partnerships. (Read more DOMA coverage here.)

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Equality NC Communications Director Jen Jones, in yellow, leads a cheer before a run from Ninth Street to the Pinhook in downtown Durham. The Coalition to Protect NC Families held a rally to raise awareness about Amendment 1, which contains discriminatory language against same-sex couples and heterosexuals in domestic partnerships. (Read more DOMA coverage here.)

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ncshp has always been short on leadership. this is due to the fact that all promotions are political. also the …

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