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10/14/2005

Harvard Law students protest inability to ask/tell

by Jeremy Hooper

   Yesterday at Harvard Law School, 150+ students and community members rallied on campus to demand that the University provide more financial and political muscle towards the effort to repeal the military's pesky "don't ask, don't tell" policy of gay stigmatization.

When the rally was over, we hear that the students went back to celebrating the fact that they are brilliant, well connected, "trust fundedly" rich, or a combination of all three.

HLS Protest Takes on Military [Harvard Crimson]

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