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Anti-bias bill re-intro'd in PA Senate

Anti-bias bill re-intro'd in PA Senate

Jeremy Rodriguez    April 26, 2017

*This story has been updated to include comments from Senator Larry Farnese's office A bipartisan group of Pennsylvania senators this week re-introduced a bill to prohibit discrimination against LGBT people in...

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Coming to terms with Marsha P. Johnson

Mark Segal    April 26, 2017

A couple of years ago, the author and director of the Academy Award-nominated “How To Survive a Plague,” David France, contacted me for his next project. We chatted a few...

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Oral arguments next month in Dawn Segal case

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Oral arguments next month in Dawn Segal case

Tim Cwiek    April 26, 2017

The state Supreme Court will hear arguments May 9 in the case of Dawn Segal, a disqualified judge who says she was unfairly removed from the bench.

Orgs. call for LGBT participation in On the Table Philly

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Orgs. call for LGBT participation in On the Table Philly

Jeremy Rodriguez    April 26, 2017

Two local organizations are calling for the LGBT community’s participation in mealtime conversations focused on ways to create an engaged population next month.

Day in the Life of: an Uber driver, Victoria Miller

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Day in the Life of: an Uber driver, Victoria Miller

Jeremy Rodriguez    April 26, 2017

After six months of driving for Uber, Victoria Miller has already put her own personal touch on passengers’ experiences.

Gay man’s antibias case moves forward

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Gay man’s antibias case moves forward

Tim Cwiek    April 26, 2017

A South Philadelphia gay man’s anti-bias lawsuit against the Pennsauken School District is moving forward, after being held in abeyance for more than a year.

Historian, parents discuss LGBT family ties in Philly

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Historian, parents discuss LGBT family ties in Philly

Bobby Brier    April 26, 2017

The first-floor meeting room at the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia in Fairmount Park swelled with people last weekend who had gathered for “Coming Out As An Intergenerational Family Affair: Perspectives...

Activists, officials support bill combatting racism, discrimination

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Activists, officials support bill combatting racism, discrimination

Jeremy Rodriguez    April 24, 2017

A committee of Philadelphia City Council this week approved a bill that would amend the city's anti-bias ordinance.

Locals 'dine out for life' to support Action Wellness

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Locals 'dine out for life' to support Action Wellness

Jeremy Rodriguez    April 20, 2017

More than 1,000 people gathered for lunch Thursday on the 1300 block of Locust Street while supporting efforts to fight HIV/AIDS.

Monroe County borough passes LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance

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Monroe County borough passes LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance

Jeremy Rodriguez    April 20, 2017

A Monroe County borough was the latest to adopt an LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance this week.

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