Letters from the Frontline

“Stories from the Frontlines: Letters to President Barack Obama” was launched on April 26, 2010, to underscore the urgent need for congressional action and presidential leadership in the fight to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT). With the House floor and Senate committee votes that spring, the series was brought to a close on Memorial Day weekend. Even with the December 2010 passage and signing of DADT repeal, it is important for all gay and lesbian, active-duty service members, including the reserves and the national guard, to know they’re at risk. Sadly, they must continue to serve in silence under the "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" law that remains on the books. SLDN continues to push to get repeal finalized swiftly in 2011.


Stories from the Frontlines: A Love Letter to a G.I.

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Stories from the Frontlines: Army Major General Vance Coleman (Ret.)

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Stories from the Frontlines: Former Marine Corps Corporal Juan C. Perezortiz

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Stories from the Frontlines: Former Air Force Capt. Beth Schissel

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Stories from the Frontlines: Former Lieutenant Junior Grade Jenny Kopfstein

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Stories from the Frontlines: An Active Duty Marine

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Stories from the Frontlines: Former Army Cadet Sara Isaacson

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Stories from the Frontlines: Former Army Sgt. Darren Manzella

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Stories from the Frontlines: A Mother in the Closet

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Stories from the Frontlines: Former Army Sgt. Shonda Garrison

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