The Herald-Mail
June 11, 2012
With marriage equality opponents successful in their drive to force a public vote in Maryland, about 100 people gathered in Hagerstown on Saturday to talk about the other side of the issue. The rally was organized by Hagerstown Hopes, a group Anna Draper formed about two years ago. Draper, who lives in Hagerstown, said she wants to help gay men and lesbians gain more acceptance.