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Out candidates receive Liberty City endorsement

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Out candidates receive Liberty City endorsement

Ryan Kasley    April 17, 2015

On Thursday the Liberty City Democratic Club announced its endorsements for the 2015 primary election.

John C. Anderson Apartments wins national architecture award

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John C. Anderson Apartments wins national architecture award

Ryan Kasley    April 17, 2015

The John C. Anderson Apartments have just received a national award for outstanding architecture from the American Institute of Architects.

Einstein launching OB/GYN clinic hours for lesbian, bi women

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Einstein launching OB/GYN clinic hours for lesbian, bi women

Ryan Kasley    April 16, 2015

A Philadelphia hospital that was named one of Human Rights Campaign’s leaders in health-care equality last year is taking another step to create an even more welcoming and inclusive environment.

Local Dems make historic endorsements

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Local Dems make historic endorsements

Jen Colletta    April 16, 2015

For the first time ever, the local Democratic party has endorsed an openly LGBT candidate for Philadelphia City Council.

City seeks to exclude anti-LGBT evidence in police brutality trial

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City seeks to exclude anti-LGBT evidence in police brutality trial

Tim Cwiek    April 16, 2015

City attorneys want a federal judge to exclude LGBT-related evidence in an upcoming police-brutality case, claiming the evidence is irrelevant and inflammatory.

Big changes abound for Black Pride

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Big changes abound for Black Pride

Ryan Kasley    April 16, 2015

Philadelphia Black Pride is back and better than ever with a host of changes and new events.

DARLA honors Latino community leaders

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DARLA honors Latino community leaders

Ryan Kasley    April 16, 2015

GALAEI: A Latin@ Social Justice Organization will next week honor outstanding Latino leaders and organizations at its annual awards ceremony named for its founder: the David Acosta Revolutionary Leadership Awards.

Court upholds N.J. conversion-therapy law

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Court upholds N.J. conversion-therapy law

Jen Colletta    April 16, 2015

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit this week upheld a New Jersey law that bans so-called conversion therapy for youth.

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