Soulforce Equality Ride-Patrick Henry College: Guards Keep Riders Out, Students In

Soulforce Equality Ride-Patrick Henry College: Guards Keep Riders Out, Students In
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Patrick Henry College students, shown in background, were prevented from speaking with Equality Riders at the edge a campus on lockdown.

The Soulforce Equality Ride traveled to Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia, to attempt to dialogue with students about the college’s religious-based discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender students. The Riders and dozens of community members, who were committed to and trained for nonviolence, were barred from campus and met with more than 100 armed state police.

For coverage and an excellent short video on the nonviolent vigil for queer rights at Patrick Henry College, see "Young, Gay Christians, On a Bumpy Bus Ride," in The Washington Post, April 13, 2007. An account and video from a Rider is available at, and more photos can be found at

Can my ex-roommate keep my furniture?

Question by dragonphoenixfire20: Can my ex-roommate keep my furniture?
After a 3 month legal battle, I ffinally pay what the judge tells me to, I get everthing but my furniture any computer software. I was a week late paying him, but he told me everthing was donated to the Salvation Army. He lied, I checked. The list I gave the judge is what I didn’t get back. All happened in West Virginia

Best answer:

Answer by redunicorn
Tell it to the judge.

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College Students Rally in Austin, Texas to Keep Guns Off Campus

ABC News: The Campaign to Keep Guns Off Campaign and Students for Gun-Free Schools held a major rally on the steps of the state capitol in Austin, Texas to protest against permitting the carrying of concealed guns on public colleges and universities in Texas. The rally, held on the second anniversary of the Virginia Tech, April 16th, 2009, called on Texas lawmakers to stand up to the radical agenda of the gun lobby. John Woods, a student at Virginia Tech whose girlfriend was killed during the shooting and now a graduate student at the University of Texas, organized the protest and called the proposed Texas legislation an insult to the victims and survivors.
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