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I AM EQUAL, a human rights project, will be in Salt Lake City on Saturday. The international photo campaign takes shots of individuals with "I am =" painted on one hand to raise awareness for a variety of human rights issues, including the push for marriage equality for same-sex couples.Matt Spencer, a fashion photographer, will be shooting anyone who wants to participate from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday at the Sheraton Hotel, 150 W. 500 South, Salt Lake City."Some join the movement to shine a light on children's rights and to end slavery in Africa, while others are drawing attention to domestic violence or Latino immigration rights," project creator Jason Beckett said in a statement. "We hear stories from people who are fighting for marriage equality and others who want respect as atheists in a Christian community. The beauty of this project is that there is a place for everyone to participate."