you should now ask and tell


Don't Ask Don't Tell is sooooo last decade.  Head down to Camp to celebrate its end while fundraising for the troops.

And they say
"Here is a great chance to say thank you to the great men and women who have served or are serving our community and our country.  On Tuesday September 20, 2100 CAMP BAR TWIN CITIES will celebrate the official end of the military’s Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Policy, which expires on that day.

From 7 to 9pm on September 20, 2011 all active and former members of the US armed services are invited to join in a free “Beer Bust”.

Non-military persons are invited to join in the celebration as well, with 50% of bar sales during the event and silent auction proceeds being donated to Serving Our Troops.

Click HERE to RSVP on Facebook 

Club Equality Pics

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Ari Herstand's Do Ask Do Tell

Anoka County Battlefield


Anoka County is getting attention on the national stage.  The New York Times ran this story on their FRONT PAGE. 

"After years of harsh conflict between advocates for gay students and Christian conservatives, the issue was already highly charged here. Then in July, six students brought a lawsuit contending that school officials have failed to stop relentless antigay bullying and that a district policy requiring teachers to remain “neutral” on issues of sexual orientation has fostered oppressive silence and a corrosive stigma." -Erik Eckholm, NYT 

click HERE to read the full story on NYTimes.com

PBS Arts from Minnesota: H.M.S. Pinafore Preview

DJ David B Podcast #10


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