Register-Guard begins publishing birth announcements for same-sex …
Posted on December 12, 2008
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EUGENE, Ore – During a year when the nation nominated the first black president and one year after the state of Oregon passed a Domestic Parntership Law, one might say it’s a victorious time to mark the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
“The important thing is to actually have human rights practicing in our own community,” says Ken Neubeck with the Coalition for the Advancement of Human Rights.
In Eugene, The Register-Guard newspaper reports it will begin publishing names of same-sex couples in birth announcements. This is something the paper has refused to do in the past, which prompted protests from some members of the community. See Register-Guard begins publishing birth announcements for same-sex …
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