The Tennessee Equality Project advocates for the equal rights of LGBTQ people in Tennessee.  They do this through legislative advocacy.  That means they lobby the Tennessee General Assembly and local governments around the state.  When there is an important federal issue, like bills that include anti-LGBTQ adoption language, they help you make your voice heard with your federal officials.

From Chris Sanders, Executive Director:

The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) annual gumbo competition is back for 2020!
 
The event will be held Sunday, February 16, 2020 at the Pipkin Building (at the Mid-South Fairgrounds) from 4:30-7:00 PM. Can you prove your gumbo is the best in town? Sign up to be a competitor, an event sponsor, or simply join and sample the plethora of gumbos and enjoy the Mardi Gras-themed revelry.
 
Proceeds benefit TEP’s efforts to defend and advance LGBTQ+ equality efforts in our state. All team, sponsor, and individual ticket information is available via the Facebook event page.
 
Questions? Reach out via email.

To learn more about Tennessee Equality Project, visit their website, Facebook page, Twitter, or Instagram.

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