Freshmen students at Atlanta’s Grady High School were showed a PowerPoint presentation that included a cartoon labeling evolution as being...
From a national news personality who tried to drink away her same-sex desire to a champion figure skater who was openly flamboyant before he was openly gay, a diverse panel gathered Dec. 14 at Atlanta’s Grady High School to discuss topics ranging from coming out stories to acceptance within and outside the LGBT community.
The panel, part of a series of CNN Dialogues, was titled, “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender: Has More Openness Led to More Acceptance?” Emory University, CNN and the National Center for Civil & Human Rights hosted the forum.
Officer Patricia Powell was recently assigned to be the second LGBT liaison for the Atlanta Police Department.
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