George Takei's Sulu Effort on Gay Rights

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George Takei at the Paramount Studios Theater in July 2002. i

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George Takei at the Paramount Studios Theater in July 2002.

George Takei at the Paramount Studios Theater in July 2002.

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George Takei famously played Mr. Sulu on Star Trek. These days, his voice can be heard on The Howard Stern Show. More importantly, he's traveling the country to advance gay rights. Takei tells Scott Simon about his latest mission.

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