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Meet the three people making LGBTQ history in Gwinnett

Meet the three people making LGBTQ history in Gwinnett

Gwinnett County, long a majority white Republican stronghold, is changing – dramatically. How do we know? Everton Blair, Ben Ku and Sam Park.    READ MORE »

Atlanta police reform long overdue, LGBTQ leaders say

Atlanta police reform long overdue, LGBTQ leaders say

The responsibility for the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks by Atlanta police rests with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Atlanta City Council members, according to Council member Antonio Brown.    READ MORE »

Can Atlanta police really be reformed? Join us for a live Q&A

Can Atlanta police really be reformed? Join us for a live Q&A

The weeks of ongoing protests and marches in Atlanta have echoed themes heard across the country – calls for racial justice and police reform. But changing the Atlanta Police Department won’t be easy.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta bars innovate to survive pandemic

LGBTQ Atlanta bars innovate to survive pandemic

LGBTQ Atlanta bar owners have adopted new ways to keep patrons and employees safe, including limiting capacity, scaled-up cleanings and loads of hand sanitizer.    READ MORE »

How are LGBTQ bars surviving coronavirus? Join our live chat

How are LGBTQ bars surviving coronavirus? Join our live chat

As the coronavirus pandemic exploded on Atlanta in March, the city’s vibrant LGBTQ nightlife scene took a big hit: bars and nightclubs were ordered to shut down on March 19.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ lawmakers call for tracking police use of force in Georgia

LGBTQ lawmakers call for tracking police use of force in Georgia

LGBTQ Georgia lawmakers and leaders called on the state legislature to pass a bill that tracks police use-of-force incidents to address ongoing police brutality issues.    READ MORE »

Join us for a live chat about hate crimes and police brutality

Join us for a live chat about hate crimes and police brutality

Demonstrations across Georgia have refocused attention on the killings of black and transgender people. Lawmakers can take action on police brutality and hate crimes as soon as Monday.    READ MORE »

Join us for a live chat about voting for LGBTQ equality in Georgia

Join us for a live chat about voting for LGBTQ equality in Georgia

It’s a pandemic. Protests over police brutality are filling the streets. Calls for justice and equality are growing louder. In the middle of the chaos, it’s also primary day in Georgia on June 9.    READ MORE »

 
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