Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has learned many lessons in the almost 100 days that he has been in office. One is that he can’t speak as freely as he did on the campaign trail, including about issues like the September 2009 police raid on the Atlanta Eagle, a gay leather bar.
Coats of Love seeks $25,000 grant from Pepsi Refresh Project
If elected, Garner would be first openly gay person to serve on commission
Retired Army Maj. Jeff Cleghorn, a gay attorney from Atlanta, traveled to Washington, D.C., late last month to lobby Congress to repeal “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.” The trip was part of an organized campaign by the Servicemembers Legal Defense Fund and the Human Rights Campaign.
The final version of healthcare reform legislation passed by Congress did not include any of the LGBT-specific measures for which groups like the Human Rights Campaign and National Lesbian & Gay Task Force had lobbied.
Lesbian law professor Chai Feldblum was appointed to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on March 27, one of 15 recess appointments made by President Obama that day.
Gates says plan ‘not a moratorium’ on military gay ban
Ga. Equality joins effort to ‘Queer the Census’
Measure overshadowed by death of gay rights opponent
Soulforce Equality Riders visit campus to discuss LGBT issues with faculty, students
Gay Ga. teen loses his home, but wins supporters worldwide, over prom date