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Michael K. Williams to Play an Openly Gay Vietnam Vet in New Role - BET

12 Mar 15, 04:03:00

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Michael K. Williams to Play an Openly Gay Vietnam Vet in New Role
BET
He has starred in television blockbusters like The Wire and Boardwalk Empire, and now Michael K. Williams is making another major move in his career. The actor has been cast as the lead in Sundance's Hap and Leonard, where he will play an openly gay ...
Michael K. Williams Books Leads in 'Hap and Leonard' Adaptation Playing ...Indie Wire (blog)

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Meet The First Gay Ambassador to Vietnam - Advocate.com

02 Mar 15, 10:03:23

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Meet The First Gay Ambassador to Vietnam
Advocate.com
From left: Secretary of State John Kerry, Ambassador Ted Osius, and Osius's husband, Clayton Bond, at the swearing-in ceremony on December 10, 2014. Courtesy of Ted Osius. Ted Osius seems to be the right man in the right place at a very opportune time.

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Vietnam exhibition displays skeletons in gay people's closets - Thanh Nien Daily

18 Mar 15, 03:03:01

Thanh Nien Daily

Vietnam exhibition displays skeletons in gay people's closets
Thanh Nien Daily
Visitors at a Hanoi exhibition of gay people's secrets look at one which contains a transgender's favorite teddy bear that her mother had cut and thrown into the street as not accepting that boys play pinky teddy bears. Photo credit: Tuoi Tre ...

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Today in History - Lowell Sun

30 Mar 15, 04:03:06

Today in History
Lowell Sun
In 1975, as the Vietnam War neared its end, Communist forces occupied the city of Da Nang. ... Morris Jeppson, a weapons test officer aboard the Enola Gay who helped arm the atomic bomb dropped over Hiroshima, died in a Las Vegas hospital at age 87.

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High Court May Take on School Speech Case American Flags On Cinco De Mayo - Valley News

30 Mar 15, 04:03:54

Los Angeles Times

High Court May Take on School Speech Case American Flags On Cinco De Mayo
Valley News
Ever since students protested the Vietnam War by wearing black armbands, the justices have said the First Amendment protects the rights of students to peacefully protest at school, so long as their actions do not lead to a “substantial disruption.” In ...
Supreme Court may hear case on school barring American flag shirts on Cinco ...West Point Tidewater Review

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Good Morning! - KWTX

29 Mar 15, 11:03:47

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Good Morning!
KWTX
Good morning, it's Sunday, March 29, the 88th day of 2015. There are 277 days left in the year. We'll start the day in the mid-50s, but we're expecting highs this afternoon in the lower 80s with winds gusting to 30 miles per hour. Temperatures ...
FAIRFIELD-SUISUN, CALIFORNIAFairfield Daily Republic

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The six openly gay US ambassadors were together in one room - Washington Post (blog)

25 Mar 15, 04:03:23

The six openly gay US ambassadors were together in one room
Washington Post (blog)
There was a time when you could be thrown out of the foreign service for being openly gay. In 1997, when the first gay U.S. ambassador, James Hormel, was nominated, many senators opposed him because of his sexuality. ... to Australia John Berry ...

On this day: March 29 - KPRC Houston

29 Mar 15, 06:03:39

On this day: March 29
KPRC Houston
2014: The first same-sex marriages in England and Wales are performed. Gay couples had been able to enter civil partnerships since 2005, but a July 2013 change in the law allowed them to marry. A number of couples arranged for their wedding ceremonies ...

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The campaign to undermine pro-LGBTQ churches - LGBTQ Nation

29 Mar 15, 05:03:51

LGBTQ Nation

The campaign to undermine pro-LGBTQ churches
LGBTQ Nation
From the enactment of child labor laws, to advancing the African-American civil rights movement, to ending the war in Vietnam, to elevating the role of women and of LGBTQ people, the major denominations of mainline Protestantism have provided moral ...

Indiana governor: 'We're not going to change the law' - Lynchburg News and Advance

29 Mar 15, 01:03:23

Lynchburg News and Advance

Indiana governor: 'We're not going to change the law'
Lynchburg News and Advance
The Republican did not answer directly when asked six times whether it would be legal for a business to refuse to serve gay customers. Pence said the law is "about empowering people to confront government overreach." He also said that if lawmakers send ...

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