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    In the News: 5.18.18

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan The Democrats’ New CEO is an Out and Proud Lesbian With newly installed DNC Chair Tom Perez in charge, the Democrats are starting to remake their…

    Anne Rostow: Wishing and Hoping

    Anne Rostow: Wishing and Hoping

    By Ann Rostow Wishing and Hoping Before I start, do you think it’s unpatriotic of me to wish that Trump remains in office? I also wish that he continues to…

    Calafia: Queen of California

    Calafia: Queen of California

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky Once upon a time, long, long ago, “very near to the region of the Terrestrial Paradise,” there was a legendary island. “One of the wildest in…

    Stay Awake

    Stay Awake

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting Immigrant communities are afraid. They’re afraid to visit their families outside the country because they may be turned away when coming back. They’re afraid to report…

    Prioritizing Solutions to Our Homeless Crisis

    Prioritizing Solutions to Our Homeless Crisis

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large As our homeless population continues to grow, it is essential to pledge resources to help our homeless neighbors find safety and shelter. I…

    Voices of LGBTQ Refugees from Trump’s America

    Voices of LGBTQ Refugees from Trump’s America

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis Many of us felt the sting of Donald Trump’s election as President of the United States and feared how it would affect our lives. …

    Food Is Love and Food Is Medicine

    Food Is Love and Food Is Medicine

    By Mark A. Ryle When you serve 19 million nutritious meals to seniors and critically ill neighbors in your community, you learn a thing or two along the way. At…

    Curated: Thalia, Muse of Comedy

    Curated: Thalia, Muse of Comedy

    In the Legion of Honor Permanent Collection Although acquired as a portrait of the duchesse de Châteauroux, a mistress of Louis XV (1710–1774), Jean-Marc Nattier (1685–1766) has, in fact, personified…

    Student Voice: 10th Graders Contemplate Works by Artists Robert Mapplethorpe and Alice Neel

    By Jenn Bowman (Editor’s Note: Teacher Jenn Bowman of San Francisco’s Mission High School is teaching LGBTQ Studies. In this column, Bowman’s students share their thoughts about LGBTQ-related matters, including…

    Forty Years Later, NCLR’s Work Still Honors Its Family Law Beginnings

    Forty Years Later, NCLR’s Work Still Honors Its Family Law Beginnings

    By Catherine Sakimura The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) was founded in 1977 to help mothers who were losing their children when they came out as lesbian or bisexual.…

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