Monthly Archives: October 2009

DC Clergy United for Marriage Equality

Hat tip to HRC’s Back Story blog for pointing to this article that I missed from the weekend Washington Post about equal marriage rights in the District. For any DC residents interested in testifying in support of marriage equality, see … Continue reading

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Rebranding America: in the name of love

A couple of weeks ago I pointed to a Rachel Maddow video in the wake of the selection of President Obama as this year’s recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.  While at the gym last week listening to a discussion … Continue reading

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Writing on the Walls

My friend Sarah used to talk about doing a coffee table book of bathroom-wall graffiti from bars around Memphis.  It never happened, despite the fact that we collected a lot of data.  Usually I was with her in bars, but … Continue reading

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National Book Award Finalists Announced

What this list says to me is that I need to get reading.  Of late, however, I’ve been slogging through Doris Kearns Goodwin’s Team of Rivals: the Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln.  It’s good, but as bedtime reading I’m only … Continue reading

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An Amazing Weekend, pt. 4 (final), in photos

I’ve already posted some pictures from the National Equality March here, but here are a few more:

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An Amazing Weekend, pt. 3, in photos

I’ve said enough; here are some pictures! This was our crew at HRC’s National Dinner on Saturday night: And here is a gallery of some other shots from the evening:

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An Amazing Weekend, pt. 2

This blog post by Rex Wockner gives a good sketch of the perceived divide I mentioned, especially if we consider the title: Grassroots, Netroots, Stonewall 2.0 Activists Demand Equality, Formalize Split With Activist Establishment Seeing the issues in such a … Continue reading

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