- October 22, 2019
HISTORIC VICTORY FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN NORTHERN IRELAND: “Unlike much of the United Kingdom, same-sex couples in Northern Ireland had been denied the right to marriage equality for years,” said HRC President Alphonso David (@AlphonsoDavid). “The overwhelming support and tireless efforts of advocates and allies have made this day a reality. We congratulate them on this critical milestone for LGBTQ equality.” More from The Guardian, The Washington Post and HRC.
TUESDAY TWEET -- ��️ TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT! EIGHTH ANNUAL CHEFS FOR EQUALITY BENEFITTING THE HRC FOUNDATION: The evening of food, cocktails and music to benefit the fight for full LGBTQ equality will be held for the second year at the Washington National Cathedral, and features a pre-reveal reception, 50 tasting stations, 20 dessert stations, 20 mixologists and a Champagne lounge. Learn more here.
Tonight is the night! The Washington National Cathedral will be lit up in rainbow once again for DC's premier culinary event, #ChefsForEquality — all to benefit the fight for LGBTQ equality.— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) October 22, 2019
We can't wait to see you there. https://t.co/Oou8IDnavC pic.twitter.com/2m99RxGE4W
MICHIGAN BILL WOULD ADD SEXUAL ORIENTATION & GENDER IDENTITY TO STATE’S HATE CRIMES LAW: More from WEMU.
GEORGIA SCHOOL DISTRICT REVERSES POLICY ALLOWING TRANSGENDER STUDENTS TO USE BATHROOMS CONSISTENT WITH THEIR GENDER IDENTITY: Instead, trans students will have to use a single-stall restroom. More from Metro Weekly.
THIS PAST WEEKEND MARKED LGBTQ CENTER AWARENESS DAY: Find out more about the 250+ LGBTQ community centers and 210 LGBTQ campus centers that provide vital resources for LGBTQ people here.
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WORLD PRIDE 2023 TO TAKE PLACE IN AUSTRALIA: Previous hosts of the biennial celebration include Jerusalem, London, Toronto, Madrid and New York City. More from LGBTQ Nation.
THE FIGHT FOR MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA, PRIDE GOES ON: The mayor may have forced the cancellation of this year’s Pride celebrations, but the fight for the rights of LGBTQ Jamaicans goes on. More from HRC.
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