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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Lively Lawsuit & MN School Settlement

Ugandan activists sue U.S. evangelical missionary Scott Lively (The Pink Swastika) for anti-gay persecution with help from the Center for Constitutional Rights. Attorney Pam Spees speaks with Dorian Merina of Free Speech Radio News.

Federal officials "school" Minnesota educators on bullying in the landmark conclusion of the long-running lawsuit against the Anoka-Hennepin school district. Jefferson Fietek is both a parent and a teacher there (and now a gay candidate for the state Senate), and he talks about the historic settlement with Dixie Treichel.

Plus: the Nazis burn a German gay pioneer's library in a Rainbow Minute.

And in NewsWrap: Chilean lesbian mom's custody wins an Inter-American Court first, Euro-Court rejects co-parenting and mandatory marriage equality, New Hampshire lawmakers defeat a marriage equality repeal bill, and more news reported by Christopher Gaal and Natalie Peoples (produced by Steve Pride).

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