LAHR Announces Updated Website

BTL Staff
By | 2017-08-10T09:00:00-04:00 August 10th, 2017|Lansing, Neighborhoods|

LAHR with Ana Wolken, Michael Jon Carlson, Angelica Dee, Erica Spitzfaden, Lydia Weiss, Zoe Steinfield, Jen Anderson, Emily Dievendorf and Olivia Brenner at REO Town. Not pictured: Ben Schroff and Kiana Elkins.


The Lansing Association for Human Rights, known as LAHR, is one of the oldest LGBTQIA advocacy organizations in Michigan, and it is making things easier to connect by announcing an updated website. The organization’s vision is simple: a Michigan that values all people. Simple, but not easy.
LAHR works towards this vision through inspired activism, education and connection. LAHR encourages the community to join the organization in its efforts.
Now more than ever, LAHR needs community support in working towards the Michigan the organization envisions. LAHR has updated its website with a cleaner layout that will make it easier to find the information needed to support the lives of LGBTQIA people in the community.

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