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LET THEM EAT CAKE?

Our nation decided more than 50 years ago that when a business decides to open its doors to the public, that business should be open to all—a core principle that is at the heart of how we treat one another. … Continue reading

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Look at you, Louisiana!

What a momentous day for the City of New Orleans, and the great State of Louisiana! As New Orleans continues to celebrate its Tricentennial, we mark a new page in history with the first female mayor of one of nation’s … Continue reading

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Show Your Love!

GiveNOLA Day is almost here! Tuesday, May 1st is a day where thousands of people like YOU raise critical funds for organizations across New Orleans. This is a perfect opportunity to get out and give to a fantastic organization. This … Continue reading

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#GiveNOLADay 2018

#GiveNOLADay is almost here! May 1st is a day where thousands of people like YOU raise critical funds for organizations across New Orleans. Schedule your gift to Forum for Equality at http://bit.ly/FFEGiveNOLA then join us for Forum for Equality’s extra … Continue reading

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Your Senator Needs To Hear from YOU!

The Louisiana Employment Nondiscrimination Act (LENDA) is coming up for a vote in the Senate and Forum for Equality needs YOU! All hardworking people should be treated fairly and equally by the laws of our state. Everyone should have the … Continue reading

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Let’s Get To Voting, Y’all!

TOMORROW IS ELECTION DAY! Make your plans to vote now. Election Day is tomorrow, Saturday, March 24th. Just this past November, we saw a New Orleans City Council race that was decided by only 111 votes. This special election could … Continue reading

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Can’t Deny Love!

We are very disappointed with the Louisiana Supreme Court’s decision not to consider the appeal of Governor Edwards’s LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Executive Order. In a 4-3 vote today, the Louisiana Supreme Court let stand lower court rulings endorsing Attorney General Jeff … Continue reading

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