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Federal Judge Smacks Down Attempt to Discriminate Against Transgender Student

  There have been many fights over transgender rights across the country, but the showdown in Illinois’ District 211 has been particularly ugly. After “Student A” successfully fought the school for access to the same locker room other girls used, a group of anonymous students turned around and sued, claiming that her access caused them(…)

The Religious Right’s Pro-Trump Anti-transgender Hypocrisy

  When it comes to letting transgender people simply using the restroom, religious conservatives are quick to warn that any accommodations pose a massive threat to women’s “safety and privacy.” But after newly discovered tapes of the Republican nominee for president bragging about sexually assaulting women were published last week, many of those same conservatives(…)

Leading LGBT Entrepreneur Organization to Launch First-of-its-kind Online Community

StartOut, a national non-profit organization that supports, educates and connects LGBTQ entrepreneurs, today announced the launch of its online platform, the StartOut Community. It is designed to address the multifaceted needs of LGBTQ entrepreneurs. The primary goals of this digital portal are to accelerate the ability of LGBTQ founded and run companies to reach sustainable(…)

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Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” Staged at SSU

  Classic fairy tale stories and characters merge in Stephen Sondheim’s 1987 award-winning musical “Into the Woods,” a modern version of what happens after “they all lived happily ever after.” Characters from “Cinderella,” “Rapunzel,” “Jack and the Beanstalk,” “The Baker and his Wife” and “Little Red Riding Hood” are featured in this fractured musical fairy(…)

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New Group Helps Support School Boards Comply With Law

Today, the Support All Students campaign — including a broad coalition of nearly 100 state and national organizations backing California’s law that ensures all school children have a fair chance to do well — applauds the California School Boards Association’s new model policy to help districts comply with the law. The model policy released today(…)

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