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Windy City Times 2017-09-26

Moment of silence, fundraiser planned for sister city affected by earthquake

Black Ensemble Theater to premiere Living The Black Renaissance

StartOut Awards to honor Top LGBTQ Business Leaders and Innovators

Lambda Legal adds attorney Jamie Gliksberg

Gov. Rauner Meets with Leaders of LGBTQ and Allied Organizations

World news: Brazil ruling; gay prime minister; Taiwan film's honor

National roundup: Catholic Univ.; amfAR battle; Texas hate-crime assaults

Showbiz news: Morrissey, Bette Midler, Liam Hemsworth, 'The Voice'

Reeling film festival concludes Sept. 28

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin protects LGBTI human rights in foreign policy

Women & Children First Books to host October ticketed events, author talks

Attorney Gen. Madigan files brief with Supreme Court defending voting rights

Lawyers say school didn't stop racial harassment, retaliated against student

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