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Second round of S.P.A.C.E. Grant Awardees includes two LGBTQ owned buisness

On Wednesday, April 4, 2024, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced the second round of Supporting Pandemic Affected Community Enterprises Grant awardees.

Coalition Calls on Passage of Mass Parentage Act
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Coalition Calls on Passage of Mass Parentage Act

Following Michigan Governor's Action Today

Markey Hosts LGBTQ+ Roundtable
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Markey Hosts LGBTQ+ Roundtable

Announces new call on VA to provide gender-affirming surgery for trans veterans

OBITUARY: Genelle Bishop
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OBITUARY: Genelle Bishop

Carolyn Genelle Bishop passed away peacefully, at her home in Boston, Massachusetts, on March 1, 2024, just one week past her 88th birthday celebration.

National Park Service awards $749,467 to Arlington Street Church
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National Park Service awards $749,467 to Arlington Street Church

To help preserve America's LGBTQ rights history

CampOUT LGBTQ-Centered Summer Camp Returns to Central Massachusetts
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CampOUT LGBTQ-Centered Summer Camp Returns to Central Massachusetts

CampOUT at the Farm School, a week-long summer camp for LGBTQ youth and youth from LGBTQ families, is back in Central Massachusetts after a break of 10 years.

GLAD Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors
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GLAD Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors

GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders announces three new members joining its Board of Directors....

OBITUARY: Larry Kessler
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OBITUARY: Larry Kessler

Larry Kessler, a pioneering force in HIV/AIDS advocacy, died at the age of 81 on February 1st, leaving behind a legacy that shaped the course of the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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Pembroke schools won't ban classroom advocacy

On Tuesday, January 16, the Pembroke, MA school board voted not to proceed with a school board proposal that would ban social and political advocacy items, like flags and pins. from public school classrooms.

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Mass. Senate passes bill to repeal sodomy, anti-transgender laws

Measures now go to state House of Representatives

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