Between 42nd and 43rd on Broadway/Seventh Avenue
New York City, New York

The Right to Serve Campaign is sweeping the nation and coming to Times Square on Wednesday, September 20. Right now openly gay youth in 30+ cities across America are making history by challenging the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy (DADT) in the military in an unprecedented show of unity, strength and integrity.

DADT is one of the worst forms of GLBT oppression on the books today because it is not rooted in individual prejudices only, but represents government-sanctioned, legalized discrimination.


Historic Right to Serve Day in Times Square
Broadway between 43 & 44 Street
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
A peaceful rally will begin at 10am.

All are welcome! Please, display an American flag and/or wear camouflage-patterned clothing to show your support for our armed forces and every citizen's right to serve their country with integrity.

There are several ways to participate. Please, contact organizers below for more information or come to one of the informational meetings.

Come learn about Don't Ask, Don't Tell & the Right to Serve!
Right to Serve Informational Meetings in NYC:

Wednesday, September 13 @ 7pm and 8:30pm
Saturday, September 16 @ 6pm and 7:30pm
Tuesday, September 19 @ 7pm
St. Paul & St. Andrew United Methodist Church
Corner of West End Avenue & West 86 Street
NYC (Upper West Side), NY 10024

Official Website:

Added by Fumio on September 11, 2006

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