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Windy City Times 2017-03-23

Bring in Da Funk celebrates Illinois Safe Schools Alliance's 10th Night of Noise

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoes anti-LGBTQ "License to Discriminate" bills

Federal court: Florida death certificates must reflect same-sex relationships

Explore Wright's Robie House during April After Hours

Anti-LGBTIQ Hate Bus Tours The United States

Chicago Force Team will auction off Chicago's Most Eligible Bachelor

Debra Shore of Metropolitan Water Reclamation District to run for re-election

Vanita Gupta new heads Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

Lambda Legal Announces 2017 National Liberty Awards Honorees

NCLR: Gorsuch fails to affirm fundamental rights for LGBT community

Radical anti-LGBT activist appointed to lead HHS Civil Rights Office, groups respond

NC GOP refuses to allow clean up or down vote on full HB2 repeal

130 congregations to participate in Nat'l Weekend of Prayer for Trans Justice

Trans advocate Wade honored by state Comptroller Mendoza

Budget blueprint threatens research essential to end epidemics of HIV/AIDS

Hell in a Handbag Productions presents Lady X - A Musical

About Face Theatre Artistic Director Andrew Volkoff to step down

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