(New York, NY – October 27, 2022) In partnership with local and state equality groups, GLAAD released a compilation of resources highlighting what’s at stake for voters who care about LGBTQ-related issues in this year’s midterm
This article first appeared in Windy City Times and is republished with permission. When people ask about or Google the murders of gay men in Montreal in the ’90s, it all leads to the podcast “The Village: The Montreal Murders.” LGBTQ+-rights advocates encouraged me to listen to the podcast.
Please see https://www.windycitytimes.com/lgbt/POLITICS-Guide-to-the-LGBTQ-candidates-in-the-state-local-Nov-8-elections/74125.html .
Congressional Republicans introduced what some are calling a national version of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill also called the “Don’t Say Gay” measure, according to NBC News. On Oct. 18, U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana
CHICAGO, IL: Organizers and activists from the Party for Socialism and Liberation, Breaking the Chains Magazine, ANSWER Chicago, Code Pink, Make Noize for Change, and others will be rallying on Wed., May 11, at 6
Back in March, Jose Cueva got an unexpected phone call from the president of Kennedy-King College: Cueva’s perfect 4.0 GPA meant he would be graduating as salutatorian. “I was in shock; I wasn’t expecting that,” Cueva
On May 5, President Biden announced Karine Jean-Pierre has been promoted to be assistant to the president and White House press secretary, according to a White House media release. Jean-Pierre will step into the press secretary