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Windy City Times 2015-03-31

Final tipoff of the annual Coady Roundball Classic

Chicago gay filmmakers Fawzia Mirza, Robert-Carnilius in film series

BOOKS Gay NU professor authors YA Holocaust novel

More companies protest Indiana law

EEOC to study workplace harassment

Workshops look at legal system's treatment of trans individuals

'Excellence in Care' recipients announced

Camp Aranu'tiq: A place for transgender and gender-variant youth

NUNN ON ONE: MUSIC Jessie Ware talks gay fans, Sam Smith

DeGeneres show to air to Chicago

Nat'l roundup: Trans study; Indiana fallout; Supreme Ct. argument

Dining news: Passover, Easter options

Entertainment: Celebs on Indiana; Bradley Cooper; Laverne Cox; Annie Lennox

TELEVISION 'New Girls on the Block' trans-focused series examines trans issues

Flower & Garden Show: Everything from show gardens to cakes

Wal-Mart asks Governor Hutchinson to veto H.B. 1228

HRC blasts Bush for supporting Pence and new Indiana law

Groups urge support for Fairness for All Hoosiers Act

Advocates to argue in Supreme Court marriage cases announced

Stamp to honor Dr. Maya Angelou

AFC forum at Center to deal with Rauner budget



Report: Military families suffer From transgender ban

INCITE! conference comes to Chicago with defiance

State's attorney's office launches hate-crimes council

Latin@ issues focus of community strategy session

Reports: Married same-sex couples more likely to adopt

Campaign looks at Social Security benefits for same-sex couples

Equality Illinois summit ponders youth-related issues

World: Pope eats with inmates; Swedish pronoun; HIV+ candidate

Veteran Spouses Equal Treatment Act reintroduced

Shift to LGB identity in early adulthood tied to depressive symptoms

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