Gay Binational Couple in Princeton, New Jersey Creates “SAVE OUR MARRIAGE” Facebook Page

Please visit Henry Velandia and Josh Vandiver’s Facebook page here and join by clicking on “Like.” But don’t stop there. Scroll down to the bottom left corner of the Facebook page and using the “share” button, send the link to your friends to increase awareness of their case. In less than 24 hours over 700 people have already joined Henry and Josh’s Facebook page where you can see photos and video of the couple and learn what actions you can take to support their campaign.

Tomorrow, at Princeton University, the couple will hold a roundtable discussion open to the campus community to bring their struggle to stay together to a broader audience.

Help us stop the deportation of Henry Velandia, a extraordinarily talented salsa dancer, who is married to his U.S. citizen husband.

UPDATE: Thursday October 21, 2010: In less than 48 hours since its launch more than 1,000 people have joined the Facebook page, “SAVE OUR MARRIAGE.”  Josh and Henry had a busy day today speaking out on the Princeton University campus to end discrimination against gay binational couples. More news to follow soon.

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