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2011 Protest Against ROTC Reinstatement

By Meredith H. Keffer
James R. Sares ’12 (right) and other demonstrators protested the reinstatement of ROTC at Harvard in March 2011 because, despite the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the military does not allow trans-identified or intersex individuals to serve.
James R. Sares ’12 (right) and other demonstrators protested the reinstatement of ROTC at Harvard in March 2011 because, despite the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the military does not allow trans-identified or intersex individuals to serve.

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