Loyalty, Reason and Action: Lessons Learned from the Repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT)

Please join PFLAG, Citizens Project, and other allies at this free public presentation for the broad Colorado Springs community.

Thursday, May 3rd, 7:00 − 9:00 pm

Shove Chapel on the Colorado College campus

1010 N. Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs

Featured presenter: Col. Gary Packard, Permanent Professor and Head of the Department of Behavioral Sciences & Leadership at the USAFA.  A USAFA graduate, he has served our nation in the Air Force for close to 30 years, over ten years of that as an instructor at the Academy.  Col Packard will present on this topic for about 45 min, as he has done at various campuses.  There should be close to an hour for Q&A with the audience.

Sponsors: PFLAG Colorado Springs is the organizing sponsor.  Other local co-sponsors include the Colorado College Chaplains’ Office, The Pride Center, The Diversity Forum, Citizens Project, and the Blue Alliance.

PFLAG point of contact: Bill Oliver, gnarlybill at hotmail.com

Check out the DADT Flyer


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