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Viewpoints Transmissions; Uniformly Bad

Since prior to the last election, many have warned of the precarious position transgender law was on the federal level. READ MORE.

The Tradition of Connectedness

It is that time again, and after months of strategic planning and securing partnerships, Detroit comes alive. READ MORE.

Who Speaks For Us?

No one person can truly speak for the whole of the transgender community. READ MORE.

Be Vigilant, Be Informed, Speak Out to Oppose Religious Discrimination

In the midst of LGBT Pride month celebrations, on June 22 a three-judge panel for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals lifted the injunction (stay) on Mississippi's law that permits both individuals and government workers to discriminate against LGBT people on religious grounds. READ MORE.

Two Years Later and Where Are We?

June 26, 2015 - a day history was made. Crowds gather around their television sets waiting for the announcement from the High Court. A collective breath was held. Couples were holding hands in anticipation. READ MORE.

A Sadder Pride Because of Washington Inaction

Every June, Pride comes to our cities and towns. We break out the rainbow flags, march in parades, and celebrate our uniqueness and being together. But Pride feels different this year. READ MORE.

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