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Friday, September 30, 2011

Taps for Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Our coverage of the repeal of the U.S. military's ban on openly lesbian and gay servicemembers includes a review of the policy's history (from Pacifica's Democracy Now!), the true identity of Outserve's "J.D. Smith" (from MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show), and a repeal celebration at the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center (with Steve Pride on the scene). You'll hear the voices of Army Lieutenant Dan Choi, Servicemembers United Executive Director Alexander Nicholson, Navy Commander Zoe Dunning, Air Force First Lieutenant and Outserve leader Josh Seefried, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Board member Tom Carpenter, and other active duty and veteran U.S. lesbian, gay, and bisexual military personnel.

And in NewsWrap: DADT ends and an Air Force private publicly comes out to his father on YouTube, a U.S. federal judge takes the wraps off the Proposition 8 trial videos while a judge in Alaska rules for same gender couple property tax equity, a marriage equality proposal in the U.K. comes with a long engagement but a resolution of support pushes the issue in Australia, Emmy-winner Jane Lynch hosts some Mad Men, and more news reported by Robert LeBlanc and Rick Watts (produced by Steve Pride).

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