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Civil Rights and Marriage Equality Revisited

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Last Fall I talked about gay rights and equality and in the Spring, I had the pleasure to talk with an excellent line up on the historic Harvey Milk Day. Joining me again on this episode are special guests and national spotlight John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney, San Francisco Bay Area Based couple, founders of Marriage Equality USA and Asian Equality and pioneers for LGBT equality for justice through their involvement with a Civil Suit in the State of California for equal access to legal marriage. Followed by Mr. Samuel Chu, Executive Director of California for Faith Equality and the California Faith for Equality Action Fund, a statewide network of over 6,000 congregations, organizations and faith leaders working to educate, support and mobilize California’s faith communities to promote equality for LGBT people. Maureen DeNieva is back again this week and in one of her many elements as an activist and ally for LGBT equality. We'll talk about Dont Ask Dont tell and look back on this movement in context with modern day civil rights and social justice movements.

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