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17 states and D.C. support city in foster-care dispute

17 states and D.C. support city in foster-care dispute

Tim Cwiek    October 18, 2018

Officials representing 17 states and the District of Columbia have filed an amicus brief in support of Philadelphia’s efforts to prevent LGBT bias within the city’s foster-care system.

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Pride will unite us or divide us

Mark Segal    October 18, 2018

There are people like Harvey Milk, Matthew Shepard and Barbara Gittings that give meaning to our fight for equality. And there is no truer image of that struggle for equality...

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Tea with no shade

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Tea with no shade

Rebecca Huff    October 18, 2018

An Ohio couple has revived the tradition of Sunday tea dances, creating a safe space for a new generation. A gloomy, rainy Sunday in September couldn’t stop what was originally planned...

Frances Kellor and the birth of multiculturalism

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Frances Kellor and the birth of multiculturalism

Victoria Brownworth    October 18, 2018

Few topics in American politics under President Trump elicit more controversy than immigration. The same was true in early 20th-century America, when waves of immigrants flooded Ellis Island, causing fears...

How to adopt? One agency has answers

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How to adopt? One agency has answers

Adriana Fraser    October 18, 2018

The National Adoption Center hosted a panel discussion to educate LGBTQ couples and single people about domestic-adoption agencies, private adoption and the foster-care system.

Protecting LGBT older adults in the workforce

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Protecting LGBT older adults in the workforce

David Griffith    October 18, 2018

The older-adult population in the United States currently represents the fastest-growing segment in the country’s workforce. By 2020, people over the age of 55 will account for more than a...

Community invites ‘all identities’ – including the introverted

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Community invites ‘all identities’ – including the introverted

Adriana Fraser    October 18, 2018

A queer social community group is organizing its first fundraiser to provide a mix of day and nighttime events for all identities, including the introverted and sober people, throughout the...

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Visible violence: Gender, transphobia and the hidden assault on trans women

Antar Bush    October 18, 2018

We live in a world that tells so many people they are not enough. I am here to tell everyone reading this article: You are. Especially our trans women in...

ACLU of Delaware to award posthumous honor to Steve Elkins

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ACLU of Delaware to award posthumous honor to Steve Elkins

Fay Jacobs    October 11, 2018

Since 1985, ACLU-Delaware’s Kandler Memorial Awards Dinner has recognized those Delawareans who have committed their lives to the fight for civil rights and liberties.

Stop calling the cops

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Stop calling the cops

Kenyon Farrow    October 11, 2018

When it comes to HIV disclosure, it’s time to stop involving the police When I see films or documentaries about the early days of the AIDS epidemic that focus on the...

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