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    NCLR-40 Years of Advancing LGBTQ Equality

    NCLR-40 Years of Advancing LGBTQ Equality

    More than Resistance: Persistence and LGBTQ Movement-Building By Kate Kendell, Esq. During a BBC interview (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04yvljf) earlier this year, I stated that San Francisco is leading the resistance. And we…

    Family Builders Shows that Love, Not Blood, Makes a Family

    Family Builders Shows that Love, Not Blood, Makes a Family

    Dads’ Unconditional Love and Support Transform Life of Child in Foster Care By Elizabeth Cotterell “The way Apple changed our lives is beyond words. It’s amazing to see how a…

    Open House Welcomes Us Home

    Open House Welcomes Us Home

     Marcy Adelman Welcomes Us Home By Jewelle Gomez For a while it became popular to snicker at the affectations of ‘Baby Boomers.’ Tye-dye? Cheech and Chong? Free love? How trivial…

    SF LGBT Center at 15 Unveiling the Newly Renovated Space

    SF LGBT Center at 15 Unveiling the Newly Renovated Space

    Stepping Into the Future with Full Resolve By Rebecca Rolfe On April 9, the SF LGBT Center will be celebrating its 15th anniversary with a ribbon-cutting ceremony of the newly…

    Supervisor Jeff Sheehy & His Vision for District 8

    Supervisor Jeff Sheehy & His Vision for District 8

    Supervisor with a Purpose: An Interview with San Francisco Supervisor Jeff Sheehy  By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis The morning after Jeff Sheehy’s historic appointment to the San Francisco Board…

    Student Voices: Trans Activist Rexy Amaral Returns to Her Alma Mater, Mission High, to Educate and Help Students

    Student Voices: Trans Activist Rexy Amaral Returns to Her Alma Mater, Mission High, to Educate and Help Students

    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…

    Our Enduring LGBTQ Symbols

    Our Enduring LGBTQ Symbols

    Read the Full Text Online:  www.issue.com/sfbt By Patrick Carney The Rainbow Flag and the Pink Triangle go hand-in-hand as iconic symbols of the LGBTQ movement. The Pink Triangle is a…

    Nevertheless, She Persisted

    Nevertheless, She Persisted

    Roma Guy, Portrayed in When We Rise, Has Not Lost Any of her activist Fire By Debra Walker When I came out in the mid-seventies, I paid tremendous attention to…

    A Black History Lesson for Trump

    A Black History Lesson for Trump

    A Black History Month Lesson in the Wake of Douglass-gate Our President raised more than eyebrows trying to talk about Black history at this year’s National Prayer Breakfast. “Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody…

    City College Accredited, Resisting Trump, and Maintaining Progressive Values

    City College Accredited, Resisting Trump, and Maintaining Progressive Values

    By Rafael Mandelman Open and Accredited, For Seven Years! City College is accredited for the next seven years! After a four-year battle with the Accrediting Commission for Junior and Community…

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