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Statement Regarding WWL

We are appalled by a Tweet that was sent by WWL’s official Twitter account calling one of their own employees a derogatory epithet. This deplorable act highlights the hostility that frequently confronts LGBTQ employees in the workplace, and it also … Continue reading

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Forum for Equality and Louisiana Trans Advocates Condemn AG Jeff Landry for Attacking LGBTQ Rights at the U.S. Supreme Court

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUGUST 30, 2019 CONTACT: Dylan Waguespack, Board President, Louisiana Trans Advocates 504-450-7496; dylan@latransadvocates.org SarahJane Guidry, Executive Director, Forum for Equality 504-301-6006; sarahjane@forumforequality.org AUGUST 30, 2019 — Attorney General Jeff Landry filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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FFE Statement Regarding Ralph Abraham’s ad

Forum for Equality’s statement: Statement from Louisiana Trans Advocates: Make sure you vote this October.

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See you at the annual meeting!

Come join Forum for Equality for our 2019 Annual Membership Meeting. We will be electing our board members and discussing what we have been working on this past year as well as what is on the horizon. There will be … Continue reading

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Proud of You

2019 is whizzing by, but Pride month is a time to stop and reflect on why we do what we do. It’s easy to get caught up in the work we do and forget why we’re here. Our mission, at … Continue reading

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Double Your Pride!

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. We have come so far from Marsha Johnson throwing that first brick, and shattering many of the closets that have confined us. We hope that you have been honoring Pride … Continue reading

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#HonorThemWithAction

Today marks the anniversary of a traumatic and painful day for LGBTQ folks. Three years ago, a gunman entered Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida and opened fire within the walls of a safe space for the LGBTQ community. In doing … Continue reading

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