Unmarried America
an information service for unmarried and single Americans
 


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Unmarried America is a nonprofit information service focusing on the interests and concerns of America's 104 million unmarried adults -- as employees, consumers, taxpayers, and voters -- whether you live alone, with a roommate, or with family members.  Our educational activities include:
 
Online library
-- providing a searchable database of more than 6,500 pages of economic, political, legal, social, and demographic information about marital status, singles' rights, family diversity, and domestic partner benefits.  The library is a function of Spectrum Institute, a nonprofit corporation with federal tax exempt status.  The founding director and three current officers are depicted below.
 


Thomas F. Coleman, Esq.

 

Nora J. Baladerian, Ph.D.
 

Michael A. Vasquez
 


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