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Send ‘Love by FRUITLOOTS’ and Support LGBTQ+, AAPI, Black and Female-Founded Businesses this Valentine’s Day

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 10, 2022 Contact: Samantha O’Neil Samantha@TCRStrategies.com Send ‘Love by FRUITLOOTS’ and Support LGBTQ+, AAPI, Black and Female-Founded Businesses this Valentine’s Day Bravo TV ‘Matchmaker’ Elevates Minority-Owned Brands with Curated […]

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Voting Rights Are an LGBTQ Issue

By | January 10, 2022 By GLAAD.org Voting rights legislation has stalled in the U.S. Senate, with Republicans using the filibuster to block debate. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has promised to make a rules change to […]

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BIDEN ACCOUNTABILITY TRACKER

By GLAAD.org GLAAD is monitoring the Biden administration’s executive orders, legislative support, speeches and nominations that affect LGBTQ people and rights. 01.05.2022 Health and Human Services proposes rule change to reinstate and expand protections against discrimination based on […]

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The Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice welcomes Michelle Elizabeth Brown to the BRCSJ Board of Directors

The Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, a community activist center, educational bridge, & dedicated safe-space welcomed Michelle Elizabeth Brown to its Board of Directors this week. Straight outta’ greater Detroit, Michelle is a Public Speaker, […]

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‘All Boys Aren’t Blue’ Wins 2021 Black Alphabet Film Festival Audience Award 8th Annual Black LGBTQ/SGL Visual Arts Festival Celebrates Being ‘Together Again’

CHICAGO, IL (November 18, 2021) – The 8th Annual Black Alphabet Film Festival (BAFF) announced today winners of the premiere Black LGBTQ/SGL visual arts festival’s Black Alphabet Audience Award winners. The 2021 award winners are […]

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ANNUAL GLAAD ACCELERATING ACCEPTANCE STUDY

November 3, 2021 Contact:Spencer HarveyCommunications Manager, GLAADsharvey@glaad.org This year’s study found that non-LGBTQ people are more aware of the LGBTQ community being multifaceted, that there are more than two genders, and that trans and nonbinary […]

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3Arts awards nearly $1 million dollars in a single night to Chicago’s women artists, artists of color, and Deaf and disabled artists, marking largest award year in organization’s history

Virtual awards event on November 1 is FREE for the public to attend via YouTube and includes world premiere performances by past award winnersPlus, major expansion to signature artist-to-artist grant program “Make a Wave” announced […]

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Chicago Reader celebrates 50th anniversary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESeptember 28, 2021Contact: Tracy Baim: tbaim@chicagoreader.com, 773-387-2394 Chicago Reader celebrates 50th anniversary The Chicago Reader, a fearless, innovative, and nationally respected media voice in Chicago since 1971, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a variety […]