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Women’s Rights Icons, Friends Remember Anthony Bourdain

Travel
Popular or not, Anthony Bourdain didn’t seem to care. He was focused, even as celebrity completely altered his life in an instant, on doing his work in an authentic and truthful way. And he stood up for women - without wanting to be named. ...
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Remembering Pulse: Recording Conversations About the Pulse Nightclub Shooting

National
Family Equality Council, StoryCorps, and WMFE are partnering with The Center in Orlando to host survivors, crisis counselors, first responders, staff of local community organizations, family members of victims, and the artist behind the “angel wings” counter-protest at victims’ funerals. ...
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Comedy Womb’s Danielle K.L. Gregoire Returns to Seattle Performance Scene

Danielle K.L. Gregoire/Pearl Pirie
Local
Gregoire is the founder of the Seattle Comedy Womb, a female-focused, but non-exclusive comedy show that she started after she moved to Seattle from Canada. ...
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Critics: Jo Becker Rewrites Marriage Equality Movement in New Book

Top News Politics
Jo Becker’s book has been criticized by civil rights enthusiasts, activists and reporters for “airbrushing several gay rights activists out of history.” ...
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