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03/31/2011

Audio: Inside baseball, but with some new stances

by Jeremy Hooper

I, Jeremy, talk a lot about the need for new approaches in dealing with an opposition movement that is still far more formidable than we sometimes Equalitythinking-Logocredit them with being. So I was thrilled that on tonight's final eQualityThinking's panel, Congressman Jared Polis (D-CO), Peter Murray (Center For Progressive Leadership), and Dan Choi (DADT omnipresence) shared their own unique takes on and tips for a movement that should must be open to at least hearing all ideas, if not adopting every one.

It's long, but with some actual thought-food to chew on:


*More info and links: Thinking Bigger and Acting Differently [eQualityGiving]

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