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Letter: Responding to hate on campus

By |2018-01-22T19:57:02-05:00September 20th, 2007|Opinions|

And Michigan State University LGBTQA groups are going to do what exactly? Of course they could protest this speaker with much effort. Would it just get the MSU YAF group mad and sputter this more out of control? You would think the gay mecha in the Lansing area, excluding the Lansing Community College GSA, could do something positive to overlook this eye soar. Get up, Speak out, do something. The Green and White doesnt just belong to this hate group.
(Responding to BTL article: “Anti-gay speaker scheduled to appear at MSU
‘The Born Gay Hoax’ topic of discussion,” BTL, Sept. 6)
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Frank Vaca
Holt, Michigan

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