Showing posts with label LGBTQ. Show all posts
Showing posts with label LGBTQ. Show all posts

08 January 2019

lead story - Transgender person gives perspective on living LGBTQ

Jessica Farrish
The Register-Herald


Beckley, WV

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10 November 2018

South Carolina - SC cities, towns receive failing scores in annual LGBTQ equality index

Rickey Dennis, Hannah Alani
The Post And Courier


Mount Pleasant, SC

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05 August 2018

Nebraska - Social Success at First Veteran LGBTQ Event in Omaha

Jennifer Scales
DVIDS


Omaha, NE

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ezs note:  LGBTQ veterans - in case you missed it, here are some numbers you can reach the Whole Health Program (Nebraska only):

Omaha - 402-599-2130
Lincoln - 402-486-7822
Grand Island - 308-395-3495
    

23 July 2018

Georgia - LGBTQ researcher named Georgia Psychiatrist of the Year

Jason Rhode
Georgia Voice


Kennesaw, GA

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ezs note:  Congratulations, Dr. Graham!

15 June 2018

29 May 2018

Oklahoma - Oklahoma City LGBTQ had warned cops about restaurant shooter

Jason Rhode
Georgia Voice


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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05 March 2018

24 January 2018

More LGBTQ Texans than ever are running for office, magazine says

Rishika Dugyala
The Texas Tribune


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ezs note:  Texans - if you live where one of the LGBTQ candidates are running, and you agree with the majority of issues that they are running on, do yourself a favor and make a donation early.  Even a five or ten can make a difference.  Thanks. 

18 January 2018

This LGBTQ office is first of its kind in N.J.

Taylor Tiamoyo Harris
nj.com


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02 January 2018

It’s an election year in Texas and LGBTQ candidates are flooding the zone

E.A. Crunden
ThinkProgress

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ezs note: Texans -  I know it's early, but particularly if you live in one of the districts that are LGBTQ, you might want to consider making a donation.  Of course, you'll want to consider other areas, but if you're amenable to this person, even five or ten bucks will make a difference.

18 November 2017

18 October 2017

06 June 2017

These 2 Important LGBTQ Protection Bills Are Now On Rauner's Desk

Stephen Gossett
Chicagoist


Illinois governor's mansion

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ezs note:  Illinois residents - you can move transgender rights forward by having the governor sign YES on HB 1785. You can make this happen by calling the governor's mansion at 217-782-0244 or 312-814-2121 (Chicago area).

30 April 2017

LGBTQ groups fear Tennessee bill would roll back civil rights

Corinne Segal
PBS


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ezs note:  Tennessee residents - please, take a few minutes to call your state representative AND  state senator to kill House Bill 1111 / Senate Bill 1085.  Thanks.

28 April 2017

LGBTQ Youth Policy Lobby Day

Jordan Dashow
HRC


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ezs note:  If you can make it to where your state capitol is, please do so.  If you just can't, please call your state representative and state senator.  Thanks.