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Published on Nov 29, 2012
Kathleen Saadat, a longtime leader in Portland's LGBT and African American communities, looked back at the fight against the notorious anti-gay Oregon Ballot Measure 9. In this excerpt she discusses the ethical ambiguities which often arise in political struggles and the need for different communities and individuals to engage in open and honest discussions in order to work together for social justice. She spoke at an event marking 20 years since the defeat of Measure 9 hosted by the Q Center in partnership with the Gay & Lesbian Archives of the Pacific Northwest, Basic Rights Oregon and the Human Rights Campaign.