Tom Clark, Duke alumnus and retired commander USNR, and Aaron Tax, managing attorney for the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, to discuss the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" policy, its legal framework and history, arguments for keeping/changing it, and stories of how it has impacted LGBT individuals in the armed forces. Current challenges, the future of the policy, and your questions/comments will be part of the discussion. Lunch served. Hosted by OUTlaw and cosponsored by the Duke Law ACLU.
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