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04/05/2010

Video: The one time it's good to be just another statistic

by Jeremy Hooper

Today in NYC, City Council speaker Christine Quinn, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center Executive Director Glennda Testone, George Takei and husband Brad Altman, and various other data collection-minded queer folk gathered to discuss the Census, specifically LGBT people's crucial need to take part in this basic civic duty. Now, thanks to the wonder that is the Internet, you can relive the information-gathering fun:


GLAAD live video: Census Bureau, LGBT PSAs with George Takei [Stickam]

**The PSAs: GLAADMedia

Pen it, lick it, mail it. Don't worry, it's legal in all 50 states.

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