Constitutional Convention

June 14, 2007

The morning of the Constitutional Convention, the Religious Coalition for the Freedom to Marry sponsored an Interfaith service followed by a march across Boston Common to the State House. Throughout the day, supporters and opponents of same-sex marriage demonstrated in front of the State House. There were rallies inside and outside the building after the vote to protect marriage equality.

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Religious Coalition for the Freedom to Marry Interfaith Service before the Constitutional Convention

RCFM Starts Marching to the State House

RCFM Marching Across Boston Common Being Welcomed by Pro-Equality Demonstrators at the State House

Singing on the Steps of the State House

Pro-Equality Demonstrators Outside the State House

Anti-Gay Marriage Protesters

This is What Equality Looks Like

Constitutional Conventions Begins - Time to Vote

Crowd Cheers as Senator Morrissey Votes No

Hundreds of Pro-Equality Supporters Erupt with Joy as the Vote is Announced and the Anti-gay Marriage Amendment is Defeated

Governor Deval Patrick Speaks After the Vote

House Speaker Sal DiMasi Speaks After the Vote

Governor Deval Patrick "Equality"

Pro-Equality Supporters Sing Star-Spangled Banner After Winning the Vote

Governor Deval Patrick Speaks at the Rally Outside the State House