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Breaking the Silence: Fresno Law Enforcement’s Journey with the LGBTQ+ Community

In the heart of California’s Central Valley, the Fresno Police Department (FPD) grapples with a complex history of community relations with the LGBTQ+ community. This history, marked by bigotry, intolerance, and chauvinism, has left scars that still resonate today. However, there is newfound hope for change as the FPD hires a dedicated LGBTQ+ liaison, signaling a fresh vision of support and acceptance.

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Clovis Unified repeals policies negatively affecting teachers and students

After extensive negotiations, the Clovis Educators Association and district revised policies on student site plans and personal items, allowing inclusive access to gender-affirming facilities without obligatory parental involvement and enabling educators to display personal items sensitively. This marks progress toward a more inclusive and legally compliant educational environment.

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LGBTQ+ Town Hall

Don’t miss your chance! We have over 25 organizations that are going to discuss their programs, services and pathways to get involved. We’ll start with quick introductions of the organizations that are LGBTQ+ or LGBTQ+ serving, followed by an announcement of the request for proposals for City of Fresno funding, finalized with Q&A and social

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Justice for Nex Benedict

February 26, 2024 Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives, Charles McCall, President Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma Senate, Greg Treat, Senate Minority Leader, Kay Floyd, House Minority Leader, Cyndi Munson, Senate Education Committee Chair, Adam Pugh, House Education Committee Chair, Rhonda Baker Oklahoma State Legislature2300 N Lincoln Blvd,Oklahoma City, OK 73105 Subject: Request to

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Notes from Queer Choice

Last Thursday evening, February 8th, Fresno’s Tower District Splash Bar was the place to be for the very first Queer Choice event! Queer Choice was created with the idea of a non partisan way to motivate and “get out the vote” geared and crafted towards the LGBTQ+ community and its allies. At the event, participants

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