Ohio State University Students Work for DADT Repeal
November 14, 2010 by Karin Quimby, Regional Field Director
Every time I get the opportunity to work with university students, I feel renewed hope for our future. Their passion for social change together with what might be called, ironically ,a blasé attitude towards LGBT people –an utter embrace and welcome of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities to the degree that it’s a total nonissue— is so refreshing. They are also willing to take action when they see injustice, which is what the Ohio State University Democrats did at the conclusion of their recent meeting – making phone calls and writing letters to Senator Voinovich urging him to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” They also joined me at the Veterans’ Day rally at the Ohio Statehouse this week. These talented, open, affirming and engaged students at OSU are our future, and I am feeling so good about that future. Please join the OSU students, the families of active duty service members, our veterans and the many fair-minded citizens of Ohio to take action in the coming weeks to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Please visit our Repeal DADT site and take action NOW.
Issues: Youth & Campus
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