Efforts are already underway in California to repeal the unjust, anti-equality, anti-family and homophobic Proposition 8, which would ban same sex marriage through an amendment to the state constitution.
Proposition 8 may have won, but the fight is not over. Legal challenges have already been filed, and we have an Attorney General, Jerry Brown, who has been great on this issue.
Here are a few things you can do right now:
If you are a registered California voter, go here and sign the petition. It's already over 250,000 signatures (H/T to Dana for finding this)
You can also sign the Courage Campaign's pledge. You do not have to be a California voter to sign.
Finally, here is the No On Proposition 8 homepage. They are still accepting donations, and I'm guessing they will remain a focal point for any organized effort to fight this.
Please show your support of equality for everyone. Reject the idea that "separate but equal" is somehow acceptable in the 21st century.
I'm not someone who has been deeply involved in this issue, just a sideline supporter who knows many people directly affected by this and who is outraged by the injustice Proposition 8 represents. If you know of any other actions, please let me know about them, and I'll add them to this post.