Super Bowl champion Scott Fujita has added his voice to the Human Rights Campaign’s Americans for Marriage Equality video series.
In the 30-second spot the Cleveland Browns linebacker delivers the message: “I’ve been married for 12 years and I know that it is unfair to keep other loving and committed couples from getting married and protecting their families.”
According to the HRC blog, Fujita’s ad is the seventh in the campaign.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker kicked off the series followed by Oscar winner Mo’Nique, civil rights legend Julian Bond, Emmy Award winner John Leguizamo, acclaimed Broadway playwright Katori Hall, and The Good Wife’s Josh Charles.
This follows HRC’s New Yorker’s for Marriage Equality series that ran earlier this year in the run-up to the New York Legislature legalizing marriage equality in the state.
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