Noted In HRC’s Equally Speaking Brief

es-hrc-LG.jpgJust when I think the Human Rights Campaign has outdone itself with an innovative way to inform the GLBT community of its rights, struggles we face, and get our community and its allies involved, I find myself eating my hat or Tucker Carlson’s shoe (that is, the one he didn’t already have to eat).
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has just launched a new daily news brief called Equally Speaking, which runs about 2-3 minutes in length and can be viewed or heard on the Internet and downloaded as a podcast. How good is that? It’s an easy way to stay in touch and hear the quick excerpts related to GLBT issues which you may find buried in your paper or overlooked completely.
As I tuned in today (a new daily habit of mine!), I was pleased to find that the Equally Speaking team had included a mention of our recent acquisition announcement. That, & had acquired to better serve same sex couples who wish to affirm their life long partnerships.
If you listen to today’s briefing (March 15, 2006), you’ll hear our mention. Or, you can check out the archives if the Ides of March have come and gone.
Or, if your browser just doesn’t like video feeds, take a look at the transcript.
Thank you, HRC, for the difference you make in our community and for recognizing the value we bring to our community!
Still wanting to hear more about advocacy, news and activism? Sit tight! Gretchen will be posting a blog entry in the next few days, sharing her thoughts about her recent trip to lobby members of Congress from Texas during her most recent visit to Washington, DC.

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