When the U.S. military repealed "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," its
official policy on homosexuality in the services, Captain Stephen
Snyder-Hill was serving in Iraq. After years enduring the culture
of fear and secrecy for gay soldiers, Snyder-Hill submitted a video
to a Republican primary debate, asking the participants' whether,
if elected, they would extend spousal benefits to legally married
gay and lesbian soldiers. His video was booed by the audience on
national television. Snyder Hill's story riveted the nation's
attention from national news shows to an episode of HBO's "The
Newsroom" to comments by President Obama. Soldier of Change not
only captures the media frenzy as Snyder-Hill took his place at the
forefront of this modern civil rights movement, but also documents
his twenty-year journey as a gay man in the army which culminated
in the most important battle of his life: defending the
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