GLAA Announces 2020 Distinguished Service Awards
Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance of Washington For Immediate Release Revised March 7, 2020 Contact: John Becker 920-265-6023 GLAA Announces 2020 Distinguished Service Awards GLAA of Washington, DC, is pleased [...]
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GLAA urges more funding for OHR, faults unfunded mandates
Testimony of Tyrone Hanley On the behalf of GLAA Before the Committee on Government Affairs Brandon Todd, Chairman Council of the District of Columbia January 22, 2020 Room 412 John [...]
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GLAA elects officers for 2020
GLAA held officer elections for 2020 on December 17, 2019 at our monthly meeting. We are pleased to announce next year’s officers:   President: Bobbi Strang Vice President for Political [...]
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GLAA testifies for Panic Defense Prohibition Act
Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance of Washington Testimony on Bill 23-409, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Panic Defense Prohibition Act of 2019, and Bill 23-435, Tony Hunter and Bella Evangelista [...]
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GLAA testifies in support of sex work decriminalization
Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance of Washington Testimony on Bill 23-0318, Community Safety and Health Amendment Act of 2019 Before the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety D.C. Council October [...]
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GLAA supports Panic Defense Prohibition Act
September 17, 2019 Dear Chairman Allen and members of the Judiciary Committee, GLAA asks that you hold hearings and advance the Tony Hunter and Bella Evangelista Panic Defense Prohibition Act [...]
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On policing the bushes in Malcolm X Park
In the 1980s, half my lifetime ago, I met a beautiful deaf man on the Metro and we exchanged comments on a notepad he carried. “I know a place we [...]
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Tennessee honors Nathan Bedford Forrest
I posted the following thoughts this morning to Facebook: I repost the magisterial remarks of Ta-Nehisi Coates from the hearing on H.R.40 last month because he observed, among other things, [...]
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Thoughts for a refugee friend escaping to freedom
Thoughts for a gay refugee friend who left Nairobi today for resettlement in Canada: By now, my dear, you will have crossed western Africa on your flight to North America. [...]
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Rosendall speaks at Vigil Against the Violence
Remarks by Richard J. Rosendall Vigil Against the Violence Dupont Circle June 21, 2019 Ashanti and Zoe were in their 20s. They were murdered in separate incidents near Eastern Avenue. [...]
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