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San Francisco Forum on June 5 to Focus on LGBTQ Veterans

As part of Cal Humanities’ statewide initiative War Comes Home, the San Francisco Public Library, Main Branch will present a Public Conversation event, How Far We’ve Come: LGBTQ Veterans & the Military on Thursday, June 5, 6:00PM-7:30PM in the Koret Auditorium.

The panel discussion,  facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Hillman, Professor of Law,Provost and Academic Dean of UC Hastings Law School, will also include  Retired Navy Commander Zoe Dunning who successfully challenged the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy; Dr. Aaron Belkin, SFSU faculty member and founder of the Palm Center; and Major Jeffrey Mueller, Co-Chair of Out Serve Servicemembers’ Legal Defense Network Board of Directors.

This program is one of a series of five Public Conversations organized by Cal Humanities, in partnership with the California State Library, the University of California Humanities Research Institute, hosted by partner public libraries.

 

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