Gay rights activist Tim Campbell died December 26, 2015, in Houston, Texas, at the age of 76, from esophageal cancer.
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RAD Remedy is pleased to announce its first crowdfunding campaign, aiming to raise $20,000 by November 17th (www.radremedy.org/funding-campaign/). Donations will fund initiatives that address the significant health disparities and care barriers faced by trans, gender non-conforming, intersex, and queer (TGIQ) communities. The most impactful of these projects is the Referral Aggregator Database (RAD), a Yelp-style database designed specifically to connect TGIQ folks to safe, affirming, and comprehensive care nationwide. This database currently has 2,000 resources throughout the country, with each state represented. Each and every week, new resources are added and old ones are updated. Additionally, new features are being added to improve functionality and user experience.
Good day! I came across your article regarding Randy Wicker being deleted from gay history and I must say THANKS. Thank you for that article. Mr. Wicker's place in LGBT rights is undeniable. He was the first one to picket. Not, with all due respect, Dr. Kameny. He was the first one to defend homosexuals on radio-WBAI. Mr. Wicker's contributions to gay rights are unshakable and must not be forgotten. Although you wrote the article some years ago, I came upon it today and wanted to voice my thank you to you for keeping this man's legacy alive. He did so much and we are thankful.
Thank you for the kind remark about Randy Wicker.
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September 3, 2015
NOGLSTP Continues to Receive Innovation Generation Grant from Motorola Solutions Foundation for Educational Support to Students and Young Professionals
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Louisville, Kentucky—Apostolic Christian and Rowen County Clerk of Courts, Kim Davis, openly defied U.S. District CourtRowan County Clerk Kim DavisJudge David Bunning in court after Bunning offered her a proposed resolution to the situation of her refusal to obey Constitutional law and the court orders to issue all marriage licenses in her office.
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