Monthly Archives: July 2013

What is your story?

Please share your stories with the New Orleans Times-Picayune, which is very interested in sharing with its readers how Louisiana makes it difficult for same-sex and LGBT couples. The paper already has one story of discrimination that it says is … Continue reading

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Show up for the students!

This past December the Orleans Parish School Board passed a comprehensive anti-bullying policy. It defines bullying, harassment and intimidation as gestures or acts motivated by an enumerated list of real or perceived characteristics, including race, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression … Continue reading

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Forum For Equality Rescheduled Annual Membership Meeting

Because we were celebrating the SCOTUS decisions, we had to reschedule our Annual Membership Meeting. PLEASE NOTE RESCHEDULED DATE: TUESDAY, JULY 30TH! Come see what Forum For Equality has been working on the past year, and meet our current and … Continue reading

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I am a patriot

Originally posted on Mary Griggs:
(c) by Mary Griggs I’ve always been a patriot. Raised in a military family, I saw the price we pay for freedom. I still get chills and teary when I hear Taps and I immediately…

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