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12/17/2009

HRC looks back @ '09 (including those two or three days noone was criticizing them)

by Jeremy Hooper

The March on Washington. President Obama's words. Wins and losses on marriage. The continued hopes for a Carrie Prejean vs. Lady Gaga mud wrestling match.

You surely have your own thoughts about LGBT rights in '09. But if you're curious to see how gay rights behemoths see the year in queer, then The Advocate can help you out, for intrepid journalist Kerry Eleveld has obtained a year-end document that HRC prez Joe Solmonese is sending around to board members. In full at link:

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HRC President Memo on 2009 [HRC]

**UPDATE: Open Left has uploaded it as a pdf, if you'd prefer to read it that way.

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