1. Vitit Muntarbhorn, the first LGBT rights expert with the United Nations, announced his resignation this week.2. Following a devastating earthquake in Mexico on Sept. 10, it's the women and muxes (a third...
The folks at eCollegeFinder say they wanted to expand on the Princeton Review's findings of the most LGBT-friendly colleges and universities in the nation and, with a little help from Campus Pride, they ...
It's good to be a gay student at Emory University, and Campus Pride is recognizing it by including the Atlanta school as one of the seven bravest campuses for LGBT students in the South.Campus Pride, a nati...
For the first time ever, the LGBT college-focused group Campus Pride will come to Atlanta to host one of its national college fairs, specifically for students.
The fair will be held in conjunction with the Atlanta Pride Festival on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on festival grounds in Piedmont Park. The fair is free and open to the public and will feature colleges and universities from across the country, as well as resources for financial aid, scholarships and ACT/SAT testing services.
Over the years, Atlanta Pride has changed in many ways – leadership, dates – as well as the events surrounding it. Though there are scores of activities leading up to the Southeast’s largest Pride celebration, the weekend itself is still the hotbed of activity.
Buck Cooke, executive director of Atlanta Pride, is hoping for large crowds again this year.
LGBT Campus Pride ED says Chick-fil-A tax forms show no donations to ‘most divisive’ anti-gay groups
Atlanta-based fast food chain Chick-fil-A found itself in a world of controversy last year after reports surfaced that the company was funding anti-gay groups like Exodus International and Focus on the Family through the company's WinShape Foundation.
The controversy was only heightened when the company's President and COO Dan Cathy said Chick-fil-A was “guilty as charged” in opposing same-sex marriage rights. Cathy's comments sparked protests, counterprotests and a series of boycotts by LGBT activists.
But a new first-person column published today by Campus Pride Executive Director Shane Windmeyer suggests that the chicken chain's WinShape Foundation has suspended donations to groups that advocate against same-sex marriage rights.