March 16, 2007
Volume 35
Issue 11
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Section One

ACT UP Resurrects
Gen. Pace Targeted - by Rex Wockner About 250 people picketed the Armed Forces Recruiting Station in Manhattan March 15 in a demo that is being seen as the likely resurrection of ACT UP.

The picket was organized two nights earlier at New York City's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center after legendary activist and writer Larry Kramer gave a rousi
The Greater Seattle Business Association announces its 26th Annual Business & Humanitarian Award recipients, focuses special attention on social change through the arts
The Greater Seattle Business Association announces its 26th Annual Business & Humanitarian Award recipients, focuses special attention on social change through the arts SEATTLE - Mar 07, 2007 - The Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA), the country's largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) business chamber, announces the rec more
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Hillary Clinton quietly courts the Gay vote
by Tony Grew -

The only female contender for the Presidency of the United States made an unpublicized appearance at a Gay event on Friday, March 2.

Senator Hillary Clinton spoke at a lunch hosted by Human Rights Campaign, the leading Gay rights advocacy group in America.

However, her
Remarks on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of ACT UP,
NY Lesbian and Gay Community Center,

March 13, 9007
By Larry Kramer

Rodger McFarlane, Eric Sawyer, Jim Eigo, Peter Staley, Troy Masters, Mark Harrington, David Webster, Jeremy Waldron, and Hannah Arendt contributed to the following remar
Cammermeyer mourns tragic loss of her 32-year-old son
Andrew A. Hawken died in snowmobiling accident

Margarethe Cammermeyer, who had fought a successful legal battle to be reinstated in the National Guard after disclosing she was a Lesbian, is mourning the loss of her son, Andrew A. Hawken, who died in a tragic snowmobiling accident on March 2.

According to Cammermey
The week in review
by Wayne Besen - SGN Contributing Writer

I told a few friends that I was going to the annual Winter Party in Miami Beach, and by their strong reactions you might have thought I announced I was going to an Al Qaeda meeting.

"So, you have finally joined the dark side of shallow body fascists," shrieked one friend
March and rally against occupation if Iraq, diversion of resources from human needs
Bring the troops home, bring the money home, bring the jobs home!

Pride At Work, the AFL-CIO's LGBT constituency organization, is joining with 60 other labor, community, and faith organizations to organize this march on Monday, March 19, against US occupation of Iraq, and the diversion of resources from human needs in our local co
Dont Ask, Dont Tell dismissals decline to record low -
WASHINGTON, D.C.  The Department of Defense dismissed 612 service members under the militarys Dont Ask, Dont Tell ban on Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual personnel, Pentagon officials confirmed late Tuesday evening. The number of troops dismissed last year is less than half the total number of discharges in the fiscal year preceding the Septemb more
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