DAILY SPOTLIGHT

Considering out current political climate, I wanted to post the article below posted by the Authors Guild on February 16, 2017. In this era of misinformation and threats to free…

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Feb 16
2017
Feb 4
2017

Check out my page – DOB Unknown  It is still a work in progress. I am listing individuals alphabetically. Read about: Andrew Ahn – a Korean-American independent film maker Margarita…

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By Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, Chief Diversity Officer, IBM IBM is proud of our long-standing commitment to fostering diversity, acceptance and inclusion. We strongly oppose discrimination of any kind toward anyone. IBM…

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Jan 11
2017
Dec 9
2016

On Decemer 9th, 2016, the Cherokee Nation recognizes same-sex marriage. Todd Hembree, the tribe’s attorney general wrote, “The right to marry without the freendom to marry the person of one’s…

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Posting the letter from Equality California. It sums up my feelings and I’m sure many others. We will get through this. Stay strong. Equality California We are deeply saddened and…

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Nov 9
2016
Nov 7
2016

V O T E! If you want to keep the LGBT rights we’ve gained, it’s important that you vote up and down ticket Democrat.

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Thank you, Bea Arthur The Bea Arthur Residence, a homeless shelter for LGBT youth named for the Golden Girls star, will officially open in 2017. The shelter was made possible…

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Aug 31
2016
Aug 22
2016

An LGBT Place to Visit The Alice Austen House, also known as Clear Comfort is located at 2 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, New York City, New York. It was the…

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Thank You Rodney Wilson LGBT History Month would not exist without Missouri history high school teacher Rodney Wilson. In 1994, at the age of 29, he came out to his…

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Aug 2
2016
Jul 15
2016

Buried in History Clara Smith was an African-American blues singer. Born in Spartanburg County, South Carolina in 1894. By the late 1910s she was appearing as a headliner at the…

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