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MEI IN THE MEDIA: CNN, 12/11/03

Remove Stigma From Gay Soldiers Atlanta Journal-Constitution December 1, 2003 By Jeff Cleghorn Sunday marked the 10-year anniversary of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, which prohibits gay soldiers from serving in the armed forces unless they remain closeted and celibate. Interestingly, despite the U.S. military’s long hostility toward gays, fully 1 million of America’s…

Jeff Cleghorn, MEI Board Chair

Meet Jeff Cleghorn, MEI Board Chair Jeff is a former Army Major, an attorney and director of the Military Education Initiative, a non-profit public education project working to inform America’s 27 million Veterans, and organizations representing them, about current research and facts surrounding the military service of gay and lesbian Americans. Jeff was commissioned as…

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MEI: Publications and Resources

DADT Unravels Further SLOWLY, VERY SLOWLY, the pressure is building to overturn the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” (DADT) policy. “I think it’s going to end.” That is Charles Moskos talking. Moskos, a professor of military sociology at Northwestern University, is generally regarded as the principal author and staunchest proponent of DADT. Moskos told the…

MEI: Publications and Resources

Gays’ Ouster Seen Leaving Gap In Military, Study Finds WASHINGTON — More than 300 foreign language specialists considered critical in the war on terrorism have been forced out of the military in the past decade because of their sexual orientation, according to the first government study to assess both the warfighting and financial impact of…

MEI: Our First 6 Months

Update from the Military Education Initiative: Our First Six Months April 12, 2004 We launched the Military Education Initiative this past December and have much to report about on our first few months of educating veterans about the social science research on the gays-in-the-military issue, as well as about the lives and military service of…

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