Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: ENDA, the UN President, & the LGBT political vocabulary

Filed By Bil Browning | September 26, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, ENDA, roundup, same-sex marriage, UN President, Weekly Reader

Our ENDA coverage this week was the best online. Dr. Jillian Weiss's liveblog of the ENDA Congressional Committee hearing (plus her advice on how to use the opposition's arguments going forward) was the highlight of the week. A few hundred Projectors participated and other bloggers and activists joined Jill for commentary as they watched the hearings.

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Larry Kramer: "We get what we fight for. And we are not fighting." Filed by: Michael Crawford (Bilerico-DC)
Top 5 Best Indiana Gay Blogs Filed by: Bil Browning (Bilerico-Indiana)
"Kill Faggots" Performer Tours Florida- Join Cancel Buju Banton Concert Movement Filed by: Guest Blogger R. Zeke Fread (Bilerico-Florida)

Sunday

Missionary Filed by: Betty Greene Salwak
Theatre Review: MilkMilkLemonade Filed by: Jason Tseng

Monday

dot coms fight for control of the dot gay domains Filed by: Nathan Strang
Atlanta protests Eagle bar raid: Was it part of a mission to clean up the city? Filed by: Alex Blaze

Tuesday

Equality Alabama Gala - must-see speech by ally Congressman John Lewis Filed by: Pam Spaulding
Save the Insurance Companies! Filed by: Sara Whitman

Wednesday

Congressional hearing on ENDA: great success! Filed by: Austen Crowder
New UN President: Being Gay Is "Unacceptable" Filed by: Bil Browning

Thursday

Toward a same-sex marriage political vocabulary Filed by: Alex Blaze
The Conversation America Won't Have on Race Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe

Friday

Open thread: Who are the "real women"? Filed by: Phil Reese
[Contest] "B" is for Bonobos Filed by: Nathan Strang

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