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Time Warner Center and Port Authority Bus Terminal Unveil New Exhibition "AIDS Walk New York, 25 Years of AIDS Activism"

To commemorate the 25th annual AIDS Walk New York (AWNY), public exhibits will be erected at the Time Warner Center and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Photographs, images, and stories will highlight both joyful and somber moments from the past quarter-century of AIDS Walk New York events. Launched in 1986 in Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center, AWNY, benefiting GMHC and other AIDS service organizations in the tri-state area, has since become the world's largest AIDS fundraising event. This year an estimated 45,000 people will be walking the 10-kilometer route beginning and ending in Central Park.

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New! Breast Cancer Awareness License Plate for Texas

Starting today, Texas has a license plate dedicated to the fight against breast cancer.  10% of the price of each plate goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, based in Frisco, Texas.

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Soulforce Concludes Equality Ride 2010, Helping Advance LGBTQ Policy Changes at Universities

Soulforce, a national non-profit organization dedicated to nonviolently confronting and ending anti-LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) discrimination, concluded its 4th annual Equality Ride on April 23. Twenty-five members of Soulforce Q, the organization's young adult program, visited 15 university campuses on a 50-day tour to advance changes in policies and practices that discriminate against LGBTQ students and faculty.

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"Keeping Up with Gen Y" Debuts on WomensRadio Network

On Wednesday, April 28, WomensRadio Network launched "Keeping Up with Gen Y", a unique radio show that offers discussions, interviews, and commentary about important issues of the day from the perspective of Generation Y, typically defined as 18-to 30-year-olds.

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The Boston 26th Annual LGBT Film Festival Celebrating Global LGBT Cinema

In 2010, the Boston LGBT Film Festival reaches its twenty-six year, making it one of the longest running festivals in the world. To honor this milestone, the Festival has decided to take a look around the city and the globe.

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Hawaii State House Approves Civil Unions Bill

Equality Hawaii, the state’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, and the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBT civil rights organization, today applauded the Hawaii State House for passing HB 444 by a 31-20 vote. The bill provides that equal rights and responsibilities of married couples in Hawaii be afforded to thousands of non-married couples in the state – including same-sex couples. The bill now heads to Governor Linda Lingle for her consideration.

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Head Texan Fearful of a Lone Coyote
WildEarth Guardians is sending a plastic whistle to Texas Governor Rick Perry and offering to pay for a class in assertiveness training following his slaying of a song dog. Yesterday, the Governor used “just one shot” to kill a coyote that was “staring” at him. Referring to the killing, Perry stated: “I did the appropriate thing and sent it to where coyotes go” and “he became mulch.”
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Courage Campaign Responds to Scheduling of Prop. 8 Trial's Final Arguments, Latest Efforts to Suppress Evidence

In a hearing as part of the landmark federal trial over California's Proposition 8, U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker scheduled closing arguments for June 16th. The trial in the Perry v. Schwarzenegger case began this past January.

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Conservative Students Protest Controversial Art at Texas Tech

The Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) chapter at Texas Tech University, a student group affiliated with CampusReform.org, will protest the controversial "Tornado of Ideas" sculpture on campus from 10am to 2pm today.

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dot429.com Launches New Resource for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Professionals and Their Allies

dot429, a powerful networking community for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender professionals and their allies (LGBTA), launched nationally today with the introduction of dot429.com. Already well-known in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles for its professional mixers, dot429.com goes live today, and boasts the world’s largest network of LGBTA professionals in the world.

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Mississippi Safe Schools Coalition Announces Details of Second Chance Prom

The Mississippi Safe Schools Coalition (MSSC) announced more details today about the second annual Second Chance Prom that will take place May 8 in Tupelo, MS.  The evening will include dinner, a formal program, music and dancing.  Celebrity appearances and support are expected.

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Supreme Court Vacancy Draws Anti-Gay Attacks from Right Wing

With the news of an impending vacancy on the United States Supreme Court, speculation about the possibility of a replacement from the LGBT community has set off a surge in anti-gay rhetoric from right-wing organizations across the country.

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Sharon Gless to receive gay police award, Hannah Free DVD release party in Chicago

Multi-award winning actress Sharon Gless (Burn Notice, Queer As Folk, Cagney & Lacey) will be in Chicago for two events Saturday, June 26, Pride Weekend. She will be honored by international LGBT law enforcement members, and attend a special Chicago DVD release party for Hannah Free.

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Human Rights Campaign Remembers the Life of Dorothy Height

The Human Rights Campaign – the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender civil rights organization – today notes the passing of civil rights leader Dorothy Height, president emerita of the National Council of Negro Women. Height was 98.

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NYC Pride is honored to announce Constance McMillen as one of its Grand Marshals for the 41st Annual LGBT Pride March, which will occur on June 27th, 2010.

Constance McMillen, a Mississippi high school honors student who fought back when her school told her she couldn’t take her girlfriend to the prom, has been announced as one of the Grand Marshals for the 41st Annual LGBT Pride March in New York on June 27, 2010.

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Several Dancers Core Announces Shoe Drive to Benefit Soles4Souls April 30th
Every 9 seconds, Soles4Souls, Inc. gives away another pair of shoes to someone in need. The shoe charity has earned glowing endorsements from Hollywood stars and professional athletes, but the people that truly make the non-profit organization effective are those who clean out their closets to personally drop off their “gently worn” shoes at a participating location, such as at Several Dancers Core’s performance “Let’s Dance” on Friday, April 30 at the Miller Outdoor Theatre.
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Drew Barrymore, Wanda Sykes Honored at 21st Annual GLAAD Media Awards

Adam Lambert, the cast of Glee, Johnny Weir, Sofia Vergara, Eric Dane, Chaz Bono, George Takei, Constance McMillen, Candis Cayne, Wilson Cruz, RuPaul and Super Bowl-winning NFL linebacker Scott Fujita were among the celebrities who joined the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) as it honored Drew Barrymore, Wanda Sykes and the best in film, television and journalism last night at the 21st Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles.

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President Obama Announces New Health Protections for LGBT Families

Today, President Obama signed a presidential memorandum taking important steps to protect the visitation and healthcare decision-making rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. This important action was inspired by last year’s New York Times profile of the tragic experience of partners Lisa Pond and Janice Langbehn. Despite having an advanced healthcare directive, Janice, and the couple’s children, were kept from Lisa’s bedside as she lay dying. Lambda Legal represented Janice in a lawsuit against Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and worked with them to revise their policies in the wake of the tragedy. As part of its ongoing efforts to promote executive actions which would improve the lives of LGBT Americans, the Human Rights Campaign worked with White House and Department of Health and Human Services staff in support of today’s memorandum.

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