Students sing, dance to fight gay marriage ban

By Ashley Gunsteens

In less than a month, many North Carolina residents will vote on Amendment One. It would add the state’s existing ban on gay marriage to the constitution.

On campus, opponents are far more visible and vocal than supporters. They’ve staged plays, symposiums, and other events to demonstrate their opposition.

Carolina Connection’s Ashley Gunsteens talks with students on both sides of the issue, and reports on how some UNC students are finding creative ways to encourage their peers to go to the polls.

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