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Windy City Times 2012-07-09

"I Define Myself: Undocumented and Unafraid" exhibit at Hull House

Beyonce supports out singer; singer to pay Maddow's legal fees

UN-commissioned report highlights legal barriers to HIV response

ChicagoPride.com launches episodic fiction series, Boystown

Chicago Consultation speaks on Episcopal Church's transgender inclusion

Greg Cameron is new Renaissance Society board prez

Glee's Chris Colfer at Macy's State Street with new children's book

White House honors youth homeless advocates, including Night Ministry's CEO

Phoenix mayor backs DP benefits; gay Jewish blogger claims sexual abuse

Lambda Legal plans conference call for LGBT advocates

Funding gap shutters The Crib shelter until October

132 House members file amicus brief on DOMA

Episcopal Church approves gay union blessing

Heavy sentence for Dallas couple's marriage equality sit-in

Four arrested in weekend Lakeview attack

Barney Frank gets married

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