Bil Browning

Cleve Jones interview: The non-March questions

Filed By Bil Browning | September 03, 2009 8:00 PM | comments

Filed in: The Movement
Tags: Cleve Jones, Equality Across America, National Equality March

This segment from our interview with Cleve Jones focuses mostly on the questions submitted that weren't about the National Equality March.

Readers and social networking followers sent in the questions and I'm reading them off the iPhone as they're coming in. Thanks to Patrick, John Bisceglia, Britt Kennerly, queermonkey89, and William for the questions.

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I am really happy to hear Cleve continues to hold dear principles of social justice that force one to think beyond the confines of marriage and DADT. While I still question the timing and strategy of the pending march, I am happy that, at the very least, this man will inspire new young activists to care beyond the mainstream gay rights movement.

Hi Bil

Ya'll did great with your interview with Cleve and he made some excllent points. Just hope our fellow activists were listening.

I was on the fence with holding the March at first, however, now fully onboard and assisting with organizing our Florida contingent and buses to DC.

I'm looking forward to finally meeting you in person, see ya in DC.

In Peace, Pride & Full Equality