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ARMC Designated A Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality by HRC

Human Rights Campaign hails ARMC, Cone By Times-News Posted Apr 2, 2017 at 2:01 AM GREENSBORO — Alamance Regional Medical Center is among six Cone Health hospitals to be designated a Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the educational arm … Continue reading

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by Jacob Tobia     (NY Times, March 29, 2018) As an undergraduate at Duke University, I was something of a campus unicorn. I was anything but quiet about my sexuality and my gender identity. I’d hold my head high sporting … Continue reading

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Civil Rights Act Protects Gay Workers, Appeals Court Rules By Alan Feuer and Benjamin Weiser Feb. 26, 2018       New York Times In a case that could have wide-ranging national significance for gay rights, a federal appeals court in New York … Continue reading

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HOSPICE OF ALAMANCE COUNTY IS OFFERING A SPECIFIC TO LGBTQIA SUPPORT GROUP FOR THOSE GRIEVING LOST ONES. —-Third Wednesdays at 6 to 7:30, at Hospice Counselling Center                        beginning Wednesday, … Continue reading

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I Was Tortured in Gay Conversion Therapy. And It’s Still Legal in 41 States. ImageA same-sex couple demonstrating in California in 2015.CreditDavid McNew/Getty Images By Sam Brinton Jan. 24, 2018 In the early 2000s, when I was a middle schooler in … Continue reading

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Which Way Will the Supreme Court Decide?

An opinion piece from The Advocate…. The Specious Legal Argument at the Center of the Cake Case   The anti-gay baker is framing his argument around freedom of speech, not freedom of religion. Where that will lead, no one knows. … Continue reading

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TIP FOR FAMILY FOR THE HOLIDAYS Posted on November 21, 2014     by ketcham National PFLAG has adapted a piece by Mariana Caplan entitled When Holidays Are Hell…A Guide to Surviving Family Gatherings to help parents and siblings make the up-coming holidays really welcoming for visiting LGBT family members. … Continue reading

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