The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has broadened their contractual requirements for Catholic school teachers and administrators.The stronger language in the contact teachers must sign is most likely due to high profile firings and lawsuits being filed by LGBT and allied Catholic educators.
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Oxford, Mississippi unanimously passed a resolution recognizing the dignity and worth of all residents, including those in the LGBT community.
This Saturday, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP) is holding its 9th annual Small Works for Big Change art benefit. SRLP's biggest fundraiser of the year, Small Works for Big Change is a major community event for cutting-edge established and emerging New York-based artists to showcase their work.
Following a meeting at City Hall, the South Boston Allied Veterans Council issued a press release claiming MassEquality's LGBT Veterans of Equality had misrepresented itself, was not a legitimate veterans' group, and was "using a ploy to enter this parade under false pretenses."
Bryan Fischer is trying to lead America into war against LGBT people. Not a figurative one, but one with real violence.
On Tuesday, Javier Gonzalez was elected mayor of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
At ESPA's LGBT Health Month launch, Cuomo administration silent on ending New York's healthcare discrimination
New York Health Commissioner Nirav Shah recently called the state a "leader in promoting transgender issues," yet states like California, as well as the District of Columbia, have surpassed New York in providing trans and gender non-conforming people with access to necessary healthcare.
Religious leaders, equality advocates stand against discriminatory bill as Mississippi House readies to vote
While this bill cites religion as its motivation and justification, equality organizations and religious leaders in the state have spoken out, strongly condemning its discriminatory essence.