A group organized at UMKC has posted the information for a "Kiss-In" at Chick-fil-A on Friday evening, August 3 and Saturday morning, August 4. The Friday evening "Kiss-In" will be at the Chick-fil-A at 8551 State Line Road in the Ward Parkway Mall area. The Saturday morning protest will be across the street from the UMKC Student Union.
Here is information below. The photo in this article was taken at the impromptu "Chicken Dance" protest held at Chick-fil-A on Wednesday evening, August 1. Drag Queens Daisy Bucket, Genewa Stanwyck and Renica Justrenica led a group of LGBT and allied protesters in a "Chicken Dance" in front of the long lines of people waiting to order food from the fast food restaurant. More photos of Wednesday evening can be seen on Facebook - Camp Kansas City.
Here is information on the August 3 and August 4 protests.
Meet at 6:40 PM, Kiss-In to be held in solidarity with the rest of the nation at 7:00 PM. 8551 State Line Road, Kansas City, MO
Join LGBT equality supporters from around the Kansas City area as we kick off our campaign to fight back against the intolerance of Chick-fil-A August 3rd and 4th!
Petition:
http://www.change.org/petitions/university-of-missouri-kansas-city-remove-chick-fil-a-from-the-new-student-union
National Same-Sex Kiss Day is a day of action occurring across the country this Friday, August 3rd. The purpose of this event is to send a message to Chick-fil-A that their anti-LGBT record has not gone unnoticed and to raise public awareness about the issues. Bring your own sign if you have one - if not some materials will likely be available! All we ask is that you bring yourself, a buddy, and of course rainbow pride!
Meet at 6:40 PM, Kiss-In to be held in solidarity with the rest of the nation at 7:00 PM. 8551 State Line Road, Kansas City, MO
National Group: br />The following day, join us at UMKC OUTSIDE of the Student Union in the grass across the street to raise awareness, create signs for future demonstrations, and show the Administration that this is a campaign that will endure.
Meet at 11:00 AM within the Student Union. Bring your rainbow pride! 5100 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110
Petition:
http://www.change.org/petitions/university-of-missouri-kansas-city-remove-chick-fil-a-from-the-new-student-union

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