Tomorrow and Wednesday represent a milestone moment for gay rights as the U.S. Supreme Court will review the Prop 8 and DOMA cases to determine the status of marriage equality nationwide. Tonight, head on over to the Castro for a march to show support for equal protection and equal rights. The March4Equality rally is planned to be the largest among over 150 other events across the country.

Event co-organizer (and regular SFist commenter!) Patrick Connors had this to tell Uptown Almanac about the significance of tonight:

I'm being a bit sarcastic, but this could very well be the LAST time any organizing has to be done against Prop 8. This is the last chapter (knock on wood) and considering that DOMA is also on the chopping block, there is history--maybe even life changing history--about to be made.

So I'm encouraging EVERYONE who wants to make news to appear one last time for the photo op of all photo ops that will hopefully show the media/country/assholes of the world that many many many people are paying attention and eager to end this bullshit.

So, if you like humans and enjoy the concepts of love and equality, go ahead and make some signs, grab your friends, and be on the corner of Market and Castro at 6:30pm tonight.

[Uptown Almanac]