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    In The News: 4.20.2017

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan LGBTQ Lawmakers in California Pave Way for Universal Health Coverage Openly LGBTQ Senators and 2016 Victory Fund candidates Toni Atkins and Ricardo Lara are pushing a…

    Ann Rostow: The Era of Bruce Crow?

    Ann Rostow: The Era of Bruce Crow?

    By Ann Rostow The Era of Bruce Crow? Over the next two or three years, maybe sooner, the Supreme Court will face a yes-or-no question. Is sexual orientation a neutral…

    We Don’t Want Any Part of Trump’s Wall of Shame

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting Days into his presidency, Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13767, requiring the federal government to build a wall along the border of the United States and…

    In Every Generation, We Must Re-make Our Exodus

    In Every Generation, We Must Re-make Our Exodus

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large Recently the Jewish holiday of Passover was observed, a time during which many of us celebrate, and tell the story of, the Exodus…

    Love Letter to Paul

    Love Letter to Paul

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis Three weeks ago, the LGBT community lost one of its leaders, Paul Connolly, a luminary in the field of philanthropy and nonprofit management. We…

    Dr. Marcy Adelman Reflects on Openhouse, 55 Laguna and Her Decades of LGBT Senior Advocacy Group

    Dr. Marcy Adelman Reflects on Openhouse, 55 Laguna and Her Decades of LGBT Senior Advocacy Group

    Openhouse Co-Founder Dr. Marcy Adelman has worked tirelessly for nearly two decades to fulfill the founding vision and purpose of the agency: to create long-term affordable housing options for LBGT…

    Openhouse Executive Director Dr. Karyn Skultety: ‘Our Work Is Only Beginning’

    Openhouse Executive Director Dr. Karyn Skultety: ‘Our Work Is Only Beginning’

    Dr. Karyn Skultety recently took the helm of Openhouse as its new Executive Director. She took time out of her hectic schedule to share what is happening now at the…

    Beyond Cultural Competence: Cultural Humility Is Key in Caring for LGBT Elders

    Beyond Cultural Competence: Cultural Humility Is Key in Caring for LGBT Elders

    By Michelle Alcedo and Ariel Mellinger LGBT seniors often face sub-standard care within health and social services, whether it is due to overt discrimination from providers, or it results from…

    What If ‘Senior’ Were Not a Bad Word?

    What If ‘Senior’ Were Not a Bad Word?

    By Karyn Skultety, PhD I have been an admirer of Openhouse throughout my career in aging services. I was amazed by the bravery of the founders to take on LGBT…

    Is a Small Business Administration Loan Right for Your Business?

    Is a Small Business Administration Loan Right for Your Business?

    By Wendy Ross When launching or expanding a business, one of the earliest decisions to be made is how to finance the venture. A traditional option has been to secure…

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