Monday, April 13, 2009

PFLAG Families at the White House Easter Egg Roll

This morning, PFLAG families from across the D.C. area joined an estimated 30,000 people at the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll. For the first time, the White House invited LGBT families to participate in this annual tradition. These photos were taken as our PFLAG families prepared to head to the White House, and as they waited in line at Constitution Avenue in the nation's capital.

For more coverage, and more photos, visit Pam's House Blend online.

And for an exclusive blog report from PFLAG executive director Jody M. Huckaby, at The Hill's Congress Blog, click here.


Dave Parker said...

Thanks for the pictures and Jody's statement. We look forward to many more opportunities for our families to participate in such functions.

Anonymous said...

What an uplifting bit of news!!!!

Bobbie said...

What a breath of fresh spring air to see rainbows on the White House lawn. What an inspiration to us in New Hampshire who are working to get the NH Senate to pass a marriage equality bill.
Bobbie Barry, Northeast RD

Dale said...

Wow- what a difference a change in administration makes. All the hard work PFLAG does is having an impact in very visible ways.
Congratulations, Jody.