Plans are underway in smaller cities around Texas for the Supreme Court’s Day of Decision of marriage equality. The day the Supreme Court issues its ruling, Waco Interweave plans to meet in Heritage Square, N. 3rd Street and Austin Avenue at 6 p.m.
Waco Interweave was formed in December 2012. In February 2013, Susan Duty-Dennard and Carmen Saenz wrote to the Waco Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requesting that sexual orientation and gender identity be made protected classes in the city of Waco non-discrimination policy.
That request became city policy in June 2014.
Speakers at the rally include Duty-Dennard and outgoing Valley Mills Mayor Jerry Pierce.