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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presents Driving the Change: A Conversation with Beau Chandler and Major Jiminez

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The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present Driving the Change: A Conversation with Beau Chandler and Major Jiminez. On July 5, 2012 Chandler and Jiminez went to the Dallas County Records Building with the goal of either obtaining a marriage license or getting arrested for trying. After being refused a license because they were a same sex couple, they sat on the floor of the office, handcuffed themselves together, and were arrested.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present Driving the Change: A Conversation with Beau Chandler and Major Jiminez. On July 5, 2012 Chandler and Jiminez went to the Dallas County Records Building with the goal of either obtaining a marriage license or getting arrested for trying. After being refused a license because they were a same sex couple, they sat on the floor of the office, handcuffed themselves together, and were arrested.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present Driving the Change: A Conversation with Beau Chandler and Major Jiminez. On July 5, 2012 Chandler and Jiminez went to the Dallas County Records Building with the goal of either obtaining a marriage license or getting arrested for trying. After being refused a license because they were a same sex couple, they sat on the floor of the office, handcuffed themselves together, and were arrested.

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