Top LGBTQ Headlines You Might Have Missed This Week: Oct. 31- Nov. 4, 2016
For full stories, head to www.hrc.org/blog.
- •Four-Day CountdownCountdown and #turnOUT...HRC for HRC — #turnOUT in the Sunshine State…#turnOUT in the Tar Heel State...#turnOUT in Nevada...When Trump attacks one of us, he’s attacking all of us...HRC releases new ads in key Senate races...HRC calls for full transparency on Russian Interference in U.S. election...Speak up, turn out and vote.
- •Women on the FrontlineJudy Shepard warns of terrifying consequences of remaining silent and complacent...Sitting down with Kate Brown, the nation’s first openly-bisexual Governor...Hillary Clinton’s exclusive with The Washington Blade...Pelosi vows early push for Equality Act.
- •Headlining HateShameful — Miss. Governor moves to uphold discriminatory law...Tanzania dangerously suspends HIV prevention programs for men who have sex with men...N.C. Sen. Burr brags about not doing his job...Black Miss. church set on fire, vandalized with pro-Trump messaging...Burglaries at Calif. LGBTQ center investigated as hate crime...Dangerous and debunked, no matter what you call it...HRC mourns loss of trans woman killed in Russia...Heartbreaking — LGBTQ Ugandans tortured to “prove” homosexuality.
- •Praising EqualitySan Diego Bishop — Catholic Church should have “No stigmas”...Rep. John Lewis rallies HRC and Equality NC volunteers in North Carolina…Transgender inclusion in the workplace...GSAs could reduce bullying in schools...Taipei pride for marriage equality...Mormon church unveils website welcoming LGB people.