Jo Ann Santangelo's feature has been really popular and prompted a lot of positive feedback. Matt Freeman sent over details of his 'Dog Tag Project
"The idea for the project came to (me) shortly after my
husband and I attended the Equality March in Washington, D.C. in
October, 2009. The most moving moment of the entire weekend was a
cadence run we participated in, led by Lt. Dan Choi. As I ran through
the mall (alongside Dan, other active servicemembers, those discharged
under the policy as well as other civilians) past all the war memorials,
the Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial, I was struck by the
irony that here were a group of people - patriots all - who were
fighting for our freedoms, but the very institutions they are fighting
for refuse to protect theirs.
If you're interested in participating, donate
and receive your own set of Dog Tags with
"REPEAL DADT" on one, and information about a military servicemember
discharged under DADT or presently fighting discharge on the other. The
dog tags also come with a short bio about the servicemember."