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Monthly Archives: June 2010

Transgender Man Assaulted at Houston Community College

Transgender Man Assaulted at Houston Community College

On June 22, at 1:40 p.m., Lance Reyna, a transgender man, was attacked at knifepoint on the campus of Houston Community College. Reyna was attacked in a restroom by a male who sai ...

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Human Rights Campaign Calls on the Republican National Committee to Reject Texas Republican Party Platform

Human Rights Campaign Calls on the Republican National Committee to Reject Texas Republican Party Platform

The Human Rights Campaign – the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization – today condemned the Texas State Republican Party for inc ...

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Equality Texas Applauds DART for Expanding Its Non-Discrimination Employment Policy

Equality Texas Applauds DART for Expanding Its Non-Discrimination Employment Policy

Equality Texas applauds Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) for including gender identity in its existing Non-Discrimination Employment Policy Statement. With a unanimous vote Tuesda ...

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Houston Mayor Annise Parker To Be Honored as 2010 Guardian of the Human Spirit

Houston Mayor Annise Parker To Be Honored as 2010 Guardian of the Human Spirit

Houston Mayor Annise Parker will be honored this November as Holocaust Museum Houston's 2010 "Guardian of the Human Spirit" in recognition of her life-long work in public and comm ...

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Procedures, Police, and a Parade

Procedures, Police, and a Parade

So, on that Saturday night in June, we hopped on our bikes and pedaled over to Stanford St. We met our neighbors, a diverse bunch of single and married couples, some with children ...

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Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle To Possibly Veto Civil Unions Bill

Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle To Possibly Veto Civil Unions Bill

Equality Hawaii, the state’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, and the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBT civil rights ...

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Equality Texas Deeply Concerned DART has Gutted Its Non-Discrimination Employment Policy

Equality Texas Deeply Concerned DART has Gutted Its Non-Discrimination Employment Policy

Equality Texas is expressing deep concern that Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has gutted its existing Non-Discrimination Employment Policy Statement. At a June 15th meeting of t ...

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Prop 8 Federal Trial Closing Arguments Begin

Prop 8 Federal Trial Closing Arguments Begin

Jacobs: "Mr. Olson's closing argument further reinforces the importance of the American public having the ability to learn the real story about this trial" SAN FRANCISCO - At the ...

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Fourth Annual Hip Hop for HIV Awareness Intervention

Fourth Annual Hip Hop for HIV Awareness Intervention

Approximately 15,000 teens and young adults will get to go to a concert as a treat for taking part in the Fourth Annual Hip Hop for HIV Awareness Intervention, a four-day HIV and ...

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Tony Award Winners Create New “Madame Butterfly” for Houston Grand Opera

Tony Award Winners Create New “Madame Butterfly” for Houston Grand Opera

Director Michael Grandage, designer Christopher Oram, and lighting designer Neil Austin—the creative team responsible for Houston Grand Opera’s (HGO) new production of Puccini’s M ...

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