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Lambda Legal client John Dorn

The lawsuit was filed after Mr. Dorn was disciplined far more severely than another incarcerated man based solely on his HIV status, which was in violation of Section 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act. ...
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Seattle Men's Chorus / Photo: John Pai

Seattle Men’s Chorus (SMC) rings in the holiday season with the high-spirited Jingle All the Way from December 9-23 at Benaroya Hall. ...
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Women won big in the 2018 Midterm Elections. Photo: Twitter

The 2018 midterm elections were historic for LGBTQ, people of color and women candidates as several swept to victory in a wave of opposition to the Trump Administration’s anti-LGBTQ, hate-fueled, and anti-woman policies. ...
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White House

Over 35 national health care associations and providers have sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, and U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos urging them to drop reported plans to narrowly define sex as an immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth.  ...
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Bermuda

This week, Bermuda’s Court of Appeal has scheduled three days for oral arguments in the appeal of the nation’s celebrated marriage equality suit. ...
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Seattle Humane

This October Seattle Humane received dozens of homeless pets from shelters affected by Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Michael. ...
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The short film features three Immigration Equality clients from around the world discussing why they sought asylum, their experiences in immigration detention, what asylum has meant for them, and their contributions to the U.S. as they have built new lives in New York City. ...
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Parents, educators, administrators, students, medical professionals and advocates gathered at the community forum hosted by TRANSform Washington and Inclusive Washington on October 16, 2018. ...
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Members of the community listen to speakers from the March for Our Lives movement on Oct. 21, 2018, at the Temple de Hirsch Sinai in Seattle. Gov. Jay Inslee and Rep. Pramila Jayapal were among those in attendance.

The tour, which began in Los Angeles on Sept. 28, travels to 26 major cities across the U.S. and ends in Parkland on Nov. 6. Along the way, the activists visit schools, churches, festivals and other events. ...
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A new brief from the Movement Advancement Project, the ACLU and Lambda Legal examines the existing federal, state and local laws and court rulings that offer protections to LGBT workers. ...
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