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|[Video] 2011 Atlanta Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner|
|Written by Ryan Watkins|
|Monday, 16 May 2011 17:15|
“Our Stories,” the theme for this year’s Atlanta Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner, proved fitting May 14 as hundreds packed the ballroom at the Marriott Marquis for the annual black-tie fundraiser for the nation’s largest LGBT advocacy group.
From national award winners to local honorees and HRC members, personal stories wove a compelling narrative of the power of coming out and the need for full equality for LGBT Americans.
Joe Solmonese, president of the Human Rights Campaign, discussed 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' marriage equality, Congress and honoring African-American film star Mo'Nique. The comments came during an interview at the 24th Annual HRC Atlanta Gala Dinner & Auction on May 14. (courtesy ProjectQAtlanta.com)
Film star Mo'Nique and film producer Lee Daniels, who directed her to an Oscar-winning performance in 'Precious,' attended the 24th Annual HRC Atlanta Gala Dinner & Auction on May 14. Mo'Nique received HRC's Ally for Equality Award at the event. (courtesy ProjectQAtlanta.com)
Award-winning director and producer Lee Daniels introduced Mo'Nique at the 2011 Atlanta Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner.
Actress Mo'Nique was awarded the Human Rights Campaign "Ally for Equality" award at the Atlanta Human Rights Campaign Dinner Gala.
Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese spoke at the Atlanta Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner & Auction. Solmonese highlighted recent victories in the LGBT equality movement and spoke about the challenges that remain.
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