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Michigan 'Camouflaged' Creates Memories, Extends a Family

Feather J. Chiaverini is going to throw a giant queer party on Aug. 26 in the Scarab Club's garden. The 21-year-old junior at the College for Creative Studies presents "Camouflaged," a pop-up installation, which "seeks to create a space of contemplative, queer fun by observing, appreciating and showing off the work, time and love that goes into queer party culture." READ MORE.

National AT&T and HRC Team Up for Live Proud on Campus Campaign

AT&T is working with the Human Rights Campaign to help the next generation of LGBT and allied leaders continue the fight for equality with AT&T's first-ever Live Proud on Campus campaign. READ MORE.

Columns
Creep of the Week: Sam Clovis

"Reducing LGBTQ people solely to sex acts and comparing them to pedophiles is, of course, a favorite way to dehumanize. And once a group is seen as less than human vilifying them and denying them rights is much easier." READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Green Carnations, Mary?

Somewhere pressed in my book of tattered memories is a green carnation, still remarkably fresh with the passage of so much time. READ MORE.

Mombian: In the Wake of Charlottesville

As a child, there were two things I thought were unfathomable and absolutely morally wrong: nuclear war and Nazis. To see both in the news again as real threats to our country sickens and appalls me. But while nuclear war felt like a broad threat against all humanity, Nazism felt more personal. It was hate largely directed against a group--Jews--of which I was part. (It was only later in life that I added "queer" to that list as well.) READ MORE.

Worship Divine Peace MCC Welcomes New Interim Pastor

As the granddaughter of a Baptist preacher, Rev. Carolyn Mobley-Bowie made the decision at the age of 10 to be a follower of Jesus, but for a lesbian in a traditional Baptist community, that meant having to live a double life. READ MORE.

Ferndale Public Invited to Paint Inclusivity Mural

The Ferndale Arts and Cultural Commission has selected a design by local teen, Heaven Guty of Madison Heights, for this year's Inclusivity Mural. READ MORE.

Special Section: Worship
Divine Peace MCC Welcomes New Interim Pastor

As the granddaughter of a Baptist preacher, Rev. Carolyn Mobley-Bowie made the decision at the age of 10 to be a follower of Jesus, but for a lesbian in a traditional Baptist community, that meant having to live a double life.

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