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Northeastern U. SGA votes to ban Chick-fil-A from Student Center

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Saturday Mar 3, 2012
The Student Government Association (SGA) of Northeastern University voted 31 to 5 denouncing a proposal to add a Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant to the Student Center after learning of donations the chain made to anti-gay organizations.

Boston man says he was attacked on T because he’s gay

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Friday Mar 2, 2012
A Boston man who was attacked by a group of teenage girls on the T says he was targeted because of his sexual orientation, according to WHDH.com.

Marry-land to become 8th state to legalize same-sex marriage

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Thursday Mar 1, 2012
Maine readies for next challenge; NH braces for vote; Wash. faces blowback.

MA programs receive HUD funding to fight housing discrimination

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Tuesday Feb 28, 2012
The Boston Fair Housing Commission (BFAC) and the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) each received grants from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development to continue their enforcement of fair housing laws

BLC finds stability in merger with Victory Programs

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Monday Feb 27, 2012
The Boston Living Center announced Feb. 8 that it will soon merge with Victory Programs, following last year’s trial in which former BLC executive director Valerie Tebbetts was convicted of embezzling more than $125,000 from the HIV/AIDS organization.

RI House passes hate crimes reporting legislation

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Sunday Feb 26, 2012
Marriage Equality Rhode Island (MERI) on Feb. 8 celebrated the passage of hate crimes reporting legislation by the House of Representatives.

AIDS Action opens new drop-in center

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Saturday Feb 25, 2012
Specialty HIV pharmacy open at Amory Street location in Jackson Square.

Menino, gay icon

By Sue O’Connell | Friday Feb 24, 2012
On Wednesday, Feb. 29, LGBT advocacy organization MassEquality will honor Boston Mayor Tom Menino, philanthropic icon Ron Ansin, corporate icon Eastern Bank, and community icon Gladys Vega of Chelsea Collaborative at its Icon Awards.

Ruling: Insemination custody law covers children of same-sex parents

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Friday Feb 10, 2012
Married same-sex parents raising children conceived by artificial insemination are bound by the same custody law as married heterosexual parents of children conceived by artificial insemination in Massachusetts, according to a Feb. 2 Appeals Court ruling.

Local groups mark National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Thursday Feb 9, 2012
Local LGBT and HIV/AIDS advocacy organizations marked National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

Romney fed the hate

By Sue O’Connell | Monday Jan 30, 2012
Tax returns show contributions to anti-gay groups.

Menino leads the way

By Sue O’Connell | Sunday Jan 29, 2012
Nation’s mayors pledge support for marriage equality.

Another "ex-gay" bites the dust

By Sue O’Connell | Friday Jan 20, 2012
Smid was executive Director of Love in Action until 2008, where he claimed his ex-gay Christian ministry could "restore those trapped" in homosexuality.

Frank and Vaid top Fenway dinners

By Sue O’Connell | Thursday Jan 19, 2012
Annual Men’s Event and Women’s Dinner Party honorees.

Gov. Patrick to hold ceremonial signing of Trans Bill

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Friday Jan 13, 2012
Jan. 19 signing will celebrate support and passage of the Transgender Equal Rights Bill.

Romney’s most recent denial of LGBT support latest in decades-long flip-flop

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Thursday Jan 12, 2012
The former MA gov’s presidential campaign denies he OK’d pro-gay message released at 2002 Pride.

MassEquality Icon Awards to honor Menino, others

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Tuesday Jan 10, 2012
The Feb. 29 ceremony will celebrate social justice.

"Fred Who?" Openly gay Karger ready for NH primary

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Monday Jan 9, 2012
The Republican presidential candidate has been on the ground in the Granite State for more than a year, targeting the "protest vote."

Success, celebration, and a step forward

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Thursday Dec 29, 2011
2011 was the year transgender equal rights took center stage in Massachusetts.

Four Boston-area schools win "Glee" grants

By Hannah Clay Wareham | Saturday Dec 24, 2011
"Glee Give a Note Campaign" supports music programs.

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