Ask. Tell. LOBBY on May 11. Repeal DADT
Ask. Tell. LOBBY on May 11. Repeal DADT.
“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” the law that keeps patriotic gay, lesbian and bisexual people from serving openly in the U.S. military, has been in the news a lot lately. There’s been more progress on repealing this discriminatory law in the past few months than at any time since the law was passed in 1993. You can help finish the job.
On May 11, veterans from all over the United States will go to Washington to tell their members of Congress that it’s time to repeal this failed law. This is the time to put pressure on Congress to act. The window for action is limited, and we have a very short time to generate enough grassroots pressure. We need your help!
The Task Force is partnering with the Human Rights Campaign, Servicemembers United, Service Women’s Action Network, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, VoteVets and many other organizations to organize this lobby day. We’re determined to make it the largest lobby day of its kind — and the most successful.
If you are a veteran, whether honorably discharged or thrown out because of DADT or an active duty service member and want to find out how you can be part of May 11, send us your contact information and someone from the Task Force will get in touch right away. This crucial lobby day is less than one month away, so don’t wait — sign up today!
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