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Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza

New England mayors join new national anti-discrimination coalition

New England is well represented within the newly formed organization Mayors Against LGBT Discrimination. On January 18, two days before the presidential inauguration, 172 mayors from 42 states formed the bipartisan coalition to “secure LGBT nondiscrimination protections locally even if they’re not advancing […]

Brad Marchand

Bruins’ Marchand: players would accept gay teammate, ‘no question’

Boston Bruins’ Brad Marchand’s swipe against homophobia on social media caught the attention of ESPN after Marchand responded to a Twitter message that attacked him with a homophobic slur. Here’s what Marchand shot back to the tweeter: “This derogatory statement is offensive […]

Boston Women's March for America

Millions worldwide stand for LGBT rights, progressive values at historic Women’s March

LGBT rights—and progressive values for all people—made history yesterday at the Women’s March for America when millions came out for a nonviolent protest at events all over the country and around the world. According  to the Boston Globe, more than 175,000 people […]

White House,LGBT web page

Support for LGBT community removed from White House website on Trump Day 1

Within hours of Trump’s inauguration, the web page supporting the LGBT community disappeared from the White House website. Also removed: web pages supporting the national HIV/AIDS strategy, civil rights, climate change, and the White House Council on Women and Girls.  (You […]

Alicia Verdier and Erin Hansen

Human Rights Campaign: Trump opposes marriage equality

No doubt today’s presidential inauguration marks the beginning of a new chapter of challenges (to put it mildly) for the LGBT community (and, well, everyone). Just check out this report on the new president from the Human Rights Campaign: Donald […]

Chelsea Manning

Obama commutes Chelsea Manning’s espionage sentence

It’s not exactly Caitlyn Jenner this time. Transgender awareness has taken the spotlight on the national stage once again, not in a Jenner-style glossy fashion shoot for Vanity Fair but from federal prison and the Oval Office. Yesterday, President Obama commuted […]

Shirley Royster,LGBT Senior Pride Coalition,Jim Campbell Award

AIDS survivor’s story: A black lesbian’s struggle for answers

[This story appears in the January|February 2017 issue of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.] In the early 1980s, Shirley Royster, an African American lesbian, knew something was wrong. She saw people in the black community dying at an alarming rate. For […]

Secretary of State and former U.S. Senator (MA) John Kerry. Photo courtesy U.S. State Department

Secretary of State Kerry apologizes for decades of State Dept. discrimination

“These actions were wrong then, just as they would be wrong today.” With this words, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry apologized to the LGBT community on behalf of the State Department for decades of discrimination. According to a January […]

Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy

Vermont Senator Leahy blasts AG nominee Sessions’ anti-civil rights record

“When I pushed in 2009 to advance the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act,” says Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy, “it was Sessions who sought to derail it.” Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, writes Leahy in a January 8 Boston Globe […]


MassEquality greets 2017 with six-point LGBT-rights agenda

2017 is here, and the fight for LGBT civil rights — both in terms of progress and saving basic, hard-fought civil rights — is on. For the Bay State, MassEquality has put forth its six-point agenda for the New Year. Over the next couple […]

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