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Low-cost HIV meds may soon head to Rwanda
by The Canadian Press - Courtesy of 365Gay.com

Four years after it was passed unanimously by Parliament, a bill drafted to allow low-cost Canadian-made AIDS drugs to be exported to developing countries may be on the verge of finally producing results.

Generic drug maker Apotex Inc. has announced that it has been awarded a contract by the governmen
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Bully bill an early Mother's Day gift
by Lisa Neff - Courtesy of 365Gay.com

Mother's Day arrived early in the Sunshine State.

Last week, the Florida Legislature passed an anti-bullying bill named for the late Jeff Johnston and advocated by his mother, Debbie, who believes that her son wouldn't have committed suicide at the age of 15 if he had been
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GLBT communities pivotal in Obama's primary win
by Lisa Keen - Keen News Service

New differences on LGBT issues emerged between the two Democratic nominees during their primary state battles in Indiana and North Carolina. And given that the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination has not yet produced a nominee, those differences could become the focus for LGBT vo
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1940-2008: Mildred Loving, interracial marriage pioneer
by Lisa Keen - Keen News Service

The woman who started a ball rolling toward knocking down laws banning interracial marriage and who late in life also spoke out against bans on Gay marriage has died.

Mildred Loving died Friday, May 2, in Milford, Virginia. She was 68. The cause of death was not available, b
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Arsham Parsi featured speaker at Chicago's May 17th I.D.A.H.O.
The Gay Liberation Network is proud to announce that Arsham Parsi, Founder and Director of the Toronto-based IRanian Queer Organization (www.irqo.net), will be the featured speaker at Chicago's May 17th International Day Against Homophobia (I.D.A.H.O.).

The event will begin with a brief speak-out at 3 p.m. in the small plaza just
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International News
International News
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

Latvian officials want to fence in Pride
Latvia's prime minister and integration minister said April 24 that they want Riga's Gay pride parade to again take place inside a fenced-in park, to protect celebrants from violent anti-Gay protesters.

Last year, armed with a court ruling that the ban
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Northwest News
Northwest News
EMERALD CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE 2008 SOFTBALL SEASON
Open Division games will be played primarily at the North SeaTac fields again this year, S. 128th St. & 20th Ave. S., and the Women's Division games will be played at the Lower Woodland Complex, Aurora Ave. N. & N. 59th St. For complete details about the league, including game times and field locations, see the league webs
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National News
National News
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

Milk sculpture to be unveiled at S.F. City Hall
A sculpture of slain Gay legend Harvey Milk will be unveiled at San Francisco City Hall on May 22, which would have been his 78th birthday.

Fundraising for the sculpture began in 2003, under the auspices of The Harvey Milk City Hall Memorial Com
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The Gay haves and have nots
by Chris Crain - SGN Contributing Writer

Much has been made recently among the chattering classes about the persistent divide in voting demographics in the Democratic presidential primaries.

Barack Obama enjoys support among African Americans, those with college educations or higher incomes and younger vot
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Researcher says Focus on the Family "grossly distorted" work
TruthWinsOut.org published a letter today from a researcher who claims Focus on the Family twisted his work. In the letter, Gary Remafedi, M.D., M.P.H., a professor of pediatrics at the University of Minnesota, asked Focus on the Family's leader James Dobson to stop misrepresenting his findings from a key 1992 study.

"I want
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HRC responds to discrimination by United Methodist Church
The Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender civil rights organization, today responded to the United Methodist Church's decision to reaffirm homophobic language which says homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teaching and its failure to reverse a decision by the church's Judicial Councilto all more
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NGL Task Force denounces "tragic" Michigan insurance benefits decision

Emerald City Shines for ECSA play

Out In Front presents "Work It!"
Book signing and discussion celebrates workers
The day after Pride Springtime hiking with Seattle Gay Hiking Group
Triangle Recreation Camp opens May 17 after snow delay
Real Estate - Feminism discussion heats up the cold



 

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