The Prop 8 Trial & other LGBT Court Cases

Courage Campaign have long been involved in fighting Prop 8: raising over $125,000 to defeat the ballot measure; helping protect the marriages of 18,000 same-sex couples at the California Supreme court by creating the “Fidelity” viral video and raising money to air it on TV; holding dozens of Camp Courage trainings around the state; submitting over 100,000 public comments to Judge Walker regarding whether the case should be televised; and building public support to a majority for marriage in California as the case reached the Supreme Court. We are proud to have played a role in the Supreme Court decision that ended Prop 8 in June 2013.

Past Actions

Send EqualityOnTrial.com to the Supreme Court!

The blogging team at the #1 website for coverage of the Prop 8 and DOMA trials is preparing to attend the Supreme Court hearings, but needs your help to get to DC. Chip in to help cover travel expenses!

Attend rallies to show your support for equality to the Supreme Court!

Attend rallies for respect, dignity, and equality in DC and across the country as the Supreme Court prepares to hear the Prop 8 and DOMA cases!

Tell Obama: Speak out on Prop 8 at the Supreme Court

Sign our petition urging President Obama and the DOJ to file a brief with the Supreme Court declaring Prop 8 unconstitutional.

9th Circuit denies attempt to rehear Prop 8 case

We're 3 for 3 in the courts on Prop 8: on June 5th, the 9th Circuit denied an attempt to rehear and possibly overturn the decision declaring Prop 8 unconstitutional. The case is now set to head to the Supreme Court, the biggest stage of all, and we need your support to win.

Honor Valentine's Day, lift the Prop 8 stay

The 9th Circuit overturned Prop 8, but there's another stay on the decision. People in same-sex couples are literally dying to get married while the Prop 8 trial drags on. Ask the courts to honor Valentine's Day and lift the Prop 8 stay!

BREAKING: Prop 8 ruled unconstitutional by 9th Circuit!

We're 2 for 2 in the courts on defeating Prop 8. Now comes the big stage. Our opponents, ProtectMarriage.com and the National Organization for Marriage have already stated they're planning to take this case all the way to the Supreme Court to make sure California same-sex couples remain second-class citizens. They're all in. We have to be too.