Not sure exactly how they got my name, since they didn't contact me directly, but here's MSNBC about the nurse-in.
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i couldn't watch your video, but great job standing up for moms and babies!
Wow. Since I've taken pains to use a pseudonym online (everywhere but Facebook), I'd be considered about privacy issues; frankly, I'm pretty surprised that MSNBC would post your name and college and hometown w/o your permission. Maybe they figure since you're part of the MILC(?) group you're a public figure?Anyway, here's the Facebook thing on the Motherlode blog at NYTimes:http://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/12/19/censoring-breastfeeding-on-facebook/
Good for you, Heather! You are awesome! Way to get noticed.
Weird that they quoted you without your knowledge, but very cool! I'm officially signed up for the online nurse-in :D
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