Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Cleve Jones, a Congresswoman's Guest Post, & Goshen, IN

Filed By Bil Browning | September 05, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

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Tags: best of Bilerico, Cleve Jones, ENDA, Goshen, Indiana, Weekly Reader

This week's highlight was our exclusive three part interview with veteran LGBT activist Cleve Jones. The National Equality March organizer talked candidly with me and responded to all the questions Projectors sent in.

Bilerico Nation

This is Meant to Scare You Filed by: Guest Blogger Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Bilerico-Florida)
What if you had to ask 600,000 people for permission to marry? Filed by: Michael Crawford (Bilerico-DC)
Goshen Amendment Fails Filed by: Donna Pandori (Bilerico-Indiana)

Sunday

Bilerico Radio: Kip Williams and I talk about the National Equality March Filed by: Alex Blaze
One (Huge) Score for the Girl's Team Filed by: Brynn Craffey

Monday

"Senator Kennedy did not go to England" Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren
Can you feel the ENDAmentum? Filed by: Alex Blaze

Tuesday

Growing Support for the National Equality March: 140 New LGBT Activists and Allies Sign On Filed by: Waymon Hudson
Cleve Jones: The Man Behind the Curtain Filed by: Bil Browning

Wednesday

Andre Bauer outed, news coverage one-sided Filed by: Matt Comer
Will New York finally get it right for children of lesbian couples? Filed by: Nancy Polikoff

Thursday

Homosexuality as a Weapon of Torture Filed by: Karen Ocamb
You Made the Bed, Now Sleep In it (Alone)? Filed by: Guest Blogger Adam Bink

Friday

In Response Filed by: Bil Browning
Where you can help us win today Filed by: Phil Reese

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