Sept 23, 2005
Volume 33
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Cal Anderson to be remembered on Saturday; long awaited Cal Anderson Park to be unveiled
With the completion of several major construction projects, Seattle Parks and Recreation and Seattle Public Utilities will reopen Cal Anderson Park, 1635 11th Avenue, with a community celebration from noon to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 24.

"We owe a big debt of gratitude to a lot of people for the completion of the work on this major Olmsted-designed park," said Parks Supe
Gay-rights group to challenge Oregon constitutional amendment
Measure 36 banned equal marriage rights for same-sex couples

Basic Rights Oregon heads back to court on Monday, September 26 to ask Oregon courts to find Measure 36, a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage approved by Oregon voters on November 2, 2004, unconstitutional. Monday, attorneys will present oral arguments in Marion County
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Lambda Legal opposes Roberts for Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
'John Roberts had every opportunity to demonstrate whether he is committed to fairness and equality, but chose to dodge key questions. He provided no evidence of his commitment to these fundamental principles, and without such a commitment he is not qualified to serve.'

After careful consideration, Lambda Legal announced today its opposit
Primary results a mixed bag for the LGBT community
'You're fired!' Bigoted King County Councilmember Steve Hammond shown the door

By Robert Raketty & Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid, SGN Staff Writers

The primary election on Tuesday, September 20th, proved to be a mixed bag for the region's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Although staunch conservative King County Counci
Fresno school officials reach agreement with ACLU to counter anti-Gay prejudice
"We are pleased that the Fresno Unified School District is finally taking action to incorporate education on all biases into its curriculum," said Christine P. Sun, a staff attorney with the ACLU of Southern California.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California and the Gay-Straight Alliance Network announced an ag
Ashley Judd raises $1.2 million for youth AIDS charity
Over 50 percent of all new HIV infections are in people 15 to 24 years old

by Terry Kennedy - SGN Contributing Writer

Ashley Judd, gala host and global ambassador for YouthAIDS, help raised $1.2 million dollars for Youth AIDS on Wednesday, Sept 14. Judd spent her own money, and donates her time and energy to empower woman, fam
Same-sex couples needed for response to Supreme Court decision on marriage equality
ERW to build online clearing house for Washington's LGBT community

By Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Equal Rights Washington, the state's largest pro-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender rights organization, announced this week that it is seeking couples who wish to marry following an expected Washington State Supreme Cou
Three hundred health care professionals expected for the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association's 23rd Annual Conference
Janet Reno and AMA President Edward Hill are expected to address attendees

The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association announced today that former US Attorney General Janet Reno and American Medical Association President Edward Hill, MD would be among the keynote speakers for Access Diversity Advocacy, GLMA's 23rd Annual Conference, to be held

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