By Lisa Keen The U.S. Supreme Court ruled March 2 that the First Amendment protects an anti-gay protester's demonstrations in close proximity to a private funeral service. The case, Snyder v. Phelps, arose out of [...]
By BTL staff The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today awarded more than $1.2 million to fair housing organizations and non-profit agencies in Michigan to educate the public and combat housing and lending [...]
by Tara Cavanaugh LANSING- Michigan State University's LGBT Resource Center and Career Service Network will hold a "Queer & Career" conference on Saturday, April 2 from 12:30 to 6. The conference will help "prepare LGBT [...]
by Richard Labonte "Angels and Manners," by Cynn Chadwick. Bywater Books, 300 pages, $14.95 paper. Carrie Angel is a working-class mother scraping by in Section 8 housing while apprenticing for her carpentry license, dueling with [...]
by Rex Wockner INTERNATIONAL NEWS A new report charges that the biennial International AIDS Conference, the premier gathering for people working in the HIV field, shortchanges groups most likely to become infected with HIV, including [...]
by Rex Wockner INTERNATIONAL NEWS Cuba's Cubavision channel is airing the uebergay U.S. television series Glee, each Saturday at 5:45 p.m. State TV also recently aired Six Feet Under.
by Rex Wockner INTERNATIONAL NEWS Honduras is creating an investigative unit and task force to tackle hate crimes against LGBTI people, women, youth and journalists. The government ministers of human rights and public security will [...]
What do you think of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Westboro Baptist Church? It says the WBC’s protests at soldiers’ funerals are protected speech.
I hate the Westboro Baptist Church as much as the next guy, but if I am allowed to say hateful, degrading things toward them, then they should have the right to say what they want [...]