Tag Archives: Lafayette

Support the Lafayette Public Library!

Yes, the libraries in Lafayette are still being attacked for being a space for learning and exploration. The Lafayette Public Library is joining many others in hosting a story time by local drag queens. The positive impact of inclusivity and … Continue reading

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LGBT Hate Crime in Lafayette

We are deeply saddened by the attack in Lafayette this past Sunday. It is reprehensible that four individuals can be harassed and attacked in a public space, but we know that this is a situation that is all too familiar … Continue reading

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Support ULL’s Academic Freedom

Forum for Equality applauds the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s decision to offer a minor in LGBT Studies, expanding the field of knowledge related to one of modern America’s most marginalized segments of the population. Unsurprisingly, the religious extremists of … Continue reading

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South Louisiana Field Report

Dear members and supporters, I began working as the Southern Field Director in March of 2010. I remember my first day, where I met Randy Evans at the State Capitol and he walked me through the halls of  committee rooms … Continue reading

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