Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: ROTC, Triangle Square, and the Death of the Civil Rights Movement

Filed By Bil Browning | January 29, 2011 6:00 PM | comments

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Tags: best of Bilerico, civil rights movement, ROTC, Triangle Square, Weekly Reader

While news of the revolution in Egypt has dominated the mainstream media this week, we focused in on the queer happenings around the globe. What else did we bring you? abolishROTC.jpgGreat posts like these:


Reflections on Death, Families and Parental Acceptance Filed by: Michael Hamar
Senator Bill Nelson tells Florida Gov. Rick Scott to "Make [ADAP] a Priority" Filed by: Michael Emanuel Rajner


The Post-Olbermann Era: What the New MSNBC Can and Should Be Filed by: Rebecca Juro
Rendering Love Visible this Valentine's Day Filed by: Davina Kotulski


JFK, Tucson and Fear Filed by: Diane Silver
Death at Triangle Square Raises Questions Filed by: Karen Ocamb


Just Say No to ROTC on College Campuses Filed by: Joe Mirabella
Winter Blues Filed by: Sara Whitman


Park51 Senior Advisor Says Gay People Were "Overwhelming"ly abused Filed by: Alex Blaze
Out of Control Filed by: Kate Clinton


Making a Killing: Rocking Out to Dead Kids Filed by: Bil Browning
The Black Civil Rights Movement Is Dying, Finally Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe

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