Gay rights activists heading to boot camp in bid to overturn Proposition 8

Sacramento Bee
February 1, 2009
Stung by the victory of Proposition 8, gay rights activists are taking a lesson from the Obama campaign: community-organizing boot camps. They are recasting their message to emphasize personal narratives. Publicly, at least, the measure's opponents are optimistic they'll prevail in the court challenge led by Equality California that's now before the California Supreme Court. But the boot camps – called Camp Courage – are designed to lay the groundwork for a ballot fight as early as 2010 to overturn the marriage ban. (Link)