July, 2016 News (130 Articles with 696,270 total views)
On the cover of the print edition for July, 2016 VIGIL FOR ORLANDO VICTIMS: About 120 people came together on June 12 at the Zone to remember the victims of the Pulse mass shooting.Photo by Deb Spilko
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Over 70 Groups Urge Rep. Chaffetz to Cancel Hearing on Anti-LGBT Legislation Scheduled a Month After Orlando Shooting
2016-17 Dates and Locations Announced for Campus Pride National LGBTQ-Friendly College Fair highlighting the 'Best of th
NCLR Responds to Historic Pentagon Announcement that It Is Lifting Its Ban on Transgender Servicemembers
WATCH: 49 Celebrities Honor 49 Victims of Orlando Tragedy in New Ryan Murphy-Produced Tribute Released by HRC
Offering Vital Community Resources and Innovative Programs, LGBT Community Centers Serve Over 40,000 People Each Week
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin and Congresswoman Suzan DelBene Resolution Makes June 26 'LGBT Equality Day'
Equality California Announces Initiative to End Gun Violence, Calls for Comprehensive Gun Safety Legislation
State physicians want a statewide law to prohibit sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination
Civil and Human Rights Coalition Condemns Orlando Mass Shooting, Stands in Solidarity with LGBT Community
In Wake of Orlando Shooting, Sen. Bob Casey Unveils Legislation Banning Those Convicted of Hate Crimes From Owning a Gun
Civil Liberties Groups Celebrate Federal Court's Final Order Guaranteeing Freedom to Marry in Alabama
LGBT, Disability, and Veteran Owned Businesses to Gain Access with 'New York State Supplier Diversity Act'
AHF Launches 'Gilead Scandal: Gay Men, We Don't Care About Your Kidneys and Bones' - New National Ad Campaign
Civil Society Groups Demand a Coalition of Govts Speak Out & Fight for Game Changing Language in UN AIDS Declaration
Reform Movement Leader Condemns Senate's Failure to Pass Common Sense Measures to Prevent Gun Violence
MCC Global Leader Demands that New UN AIDS Declaration Recognize Marginalized and Criminalized People
LOS ANGELES, JUNE 23, 2016 – Point Foundation (Point), the nation's largest scholarship-granting organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students, today announced its 2016 class of 22 Point Foundation Scholars, as well as the launch of its new Community College Scholarship Program, which awarded scholarships to its first class of 11 students. [Lists of names appears at the end of this release].