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Videos from the National Equality March

Jim Burroway

October 11th, 2009

Lt. Dan Choi, who is in the process of being dismissed
from the New York National Guard under Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell:

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Sex and the City start Cynthia Nixon:

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Judy Shepard, mother of hate crime murder victim Matthew Shepard:

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Lady Gaga:

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March organizer and LGBT activist Cleve Jones:

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Oscar-winning (Milk) screenwriter Dustin Lance Black:

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Veteran civil rights leader and chairman of the NAACP Julian Bond (Parts 1 and 2):

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David Mixner:

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Dan
October 11th, 2009 | LINK

OK… How do I say this?….

Dan Choi seems like a nice guy and probably a very good soldier…

but that speech… It was embarrassing.

Alex
October 12th, 2009 | LINK

I agree Dan, that speech was a mess. I was hoping that after speaking in Arabic, Lt. Choi would have said something like, “Most of the soldiers currently serving in Iraq have no idea what I just said. And thanks to Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, I am one less person who can translate it for them.”

Regan DuCasse
October 12th, 2009 | LINK

Is it just me, or does Julian Bond just get better with age?
He’s kinda hot.
But he didn’t become the civil rights warrior he did because of lack of stones.
Doing the same for the gay members of the family is moral courage beyond reproach.

You see that, Obama?
Where would YOU be, without him?
Where are YOUR stones, Obama?

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