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    Continuing Harvey’s Fight to Change the System

    Continuing Harvey’s Fight to Change the System

    Last week, I joined San Francisco’s LGBT community in commemorat­ing the 84th birthday of Harvey Milk. With the unveiling of the United States Postal Service’s Harvey Milk stamp, it is…

    You Can Play!

    You Can Play!

    OK, kids, it’s almost summertime. Days are sunny and warm so, for most of you, there are no excuses to be inside or on the couch in­stead of up, out…

    Black Coalition on AIDS Announces Name Change, New Structure and New Programs

    Black Coalition on AIDS Announces Name Change, New Structure and New Programs

    By Perry Lang I believe there are two critical ques­tions facing small ethnic and LGBT nonprofit organizations today: How do we remain relevant and how do we combat charity fatigue?…

    One of the World’s Most Powerful RNs Pens Lesbian Love Story

    One of the World’s Most Powerful RNs Pens Lesbian Love Story

    What do nursing, mathematics, 18th century lesbian lovers, and the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell have in common? The answer is Anna Curren, whom I wish to in­troduce to…

    National News Briefs

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan  Seattle, WA – Gay Scouts Ask Amazon to Cut Funding as National Group Convenes – 5.22 The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is kicking off its…

    Local News Briefs

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Major Construction Work in Castro To Be Completed Before Frameline Festival and Pride Parade Castro Street between Market and 19th Streets is one of the most…

    Lyon-Martin Health Services Unveils New Plan for Long Term Sustainability and Growth

    This week, the Board and Staff of Lyon-Martin Health Services announced they are exploring a potential merger with HealthRIGHT 360—a family of health centers and behavioral health programs serving communities…

    A Year Like None Other: NCLR’s Litigation Work

    A Year Like None Other: NCLR’s Litigation Work

    By Christopher Stoll, Esq. Ever since NCLR’s founding, we have been at the forefront of some of the most important legal cases in the history of the LGBT movement, from…

    Ann Rostow: Spring Forward, Fall Back

    By Ann Rostow Spring Forward, Fall Back For two columns now, I’ve steered clear of discussing the insider book about the Prop 8 case, Forcing the Spring, written by Pulitzer…

    NCLR Advances LGBT Equality Through Policy and Legislation

    NCLR Advances LGBT Equality Through Policy and Legislation

    By Maya Rupert, Esq. NCLR’s public policy and legislative team has been busy in Washington, D.C., working with the Obama administration and our friends on Capitol Hill to make sure…