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N.C. Governor Calls for ‘BathroomBill’ Repeal in State of State

N.C. Governor Calls for ‘BathroomBill’ Repeal in State of State

by Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press | March 13, 2017
RALEIGH, N.C. — Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper urged lawmakers gathered Monday night to repeal th [...] Read more
Guillermo: Trump’s Sense of Equality Doesn’t Include Transgendered

Guillermo: Trump’s Sense of Equality Doesn’t Include Transgendered

by Emil Guillermo | February 26, 2017
Trump’s words do not match his deeds, when it comes to civil rights or bathroom rights. Trump [...] Read more
Leaders: Women’s March Much More than ‘Anti-Trump’

Leaders: Women’s March Much More than ‘Anti-Trump’

by Catherine Morris | January 19, 2017
On the day after Donald J. Trump’s inauguration, more than 100,000 people are expected to des [...] Read more
University of North Carolina: Job Candidates Say No, Citing Bathroom Law

University of North Carolina: Job Candidates Say No, Citing Bathroom Law

by Emery P. Dalesio, Associated Press | January 18, 2017
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Academics being recruited by North Carolina’s public university system [...] Read more
Missouri State University Settles with Student Who Wouldn’t Counsel Gays

Missouri State University Settles with Student Who Wouldn’t Counsel Gays

by Associated Press | January 9, 2017
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Missouri State University has agreed to pay $25,000 to a former student wh [...] Read more
Kim Burrell’s Words Show Homophobia Alive and Well in Black Community

Kim Burrell’s Words Show Homophobia Alive and Well in Black Community

by | January 8, 2017
Kim Burrell has added her undeniably controversial perspective on an issue that has been an ong [...] Read more
Diverse Conversations: What Professor Esolen Gets Right About Diversity

Diverse Conversations: What Professor Esolen Gets Right About Diversity

by Matthew Lynch | November 22, 2016
History professor Anthony Esolen recently came under fire when he penned an article for Crisis [...] Read more

Merryman Says Respect for Sensitivities of LGBT Students Must Travel Well

by Lydia Lum | November 15, 2016
Kent State associate professor says there’s not much information available about vetting chap [...] Read more
Protests Bring Out Angry Millennials in Chicago

Protests Bring Out Angry Millennials in Chicago

by Grace Austin | November 10, 2016
Thousands of unhappy citizens took to the streets of Chicago in protest last night. [...] Read more
Speak Up, Lift Up, Fall Back: What We Need from Social Justice Allies

Speak Up, Lift Up, Fall Back: What We Need from Social Justice Allies

by Jasmine Jenkins, Rachel Gomez, Lauren Harper and Andrea Romero | November 8, 2016
Given the current climate, there is a need for people to speak up and speak out against acts of [...] Read more

Mississippi’s LGBT Community, Objectors Locked in Rights Struggle

by Pearl Stewart | October 4, 2016
Mississippi laws targeting the LGBT community in the name of religious liberty. [...] Read more
Ga. Attorney General Sam Olens Seeking Kennesaw State Presidency

Ga. Attorney General Sam Olens Seeking Kennesaw State Presidency

by Kathleen Foody, Associated Press | October 3, 2016
ATLANTA ― Attorney General Sam Olens will interview this week to become president of Kennesaw [...] Read more
CIAA Keeps Basketball Tournaments in Charlotte

CIAA Keeps Basketball Tournaments in Charlotte

by Diverse Staff | October 2, 2016
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, overwhelmingly comprised of historically Blac [...] Read more

2 Black Athletic Conferences Rethinking Holding Tournaments in North Carolina

by Catherine Morris | September 15, 2016
Two Black athletic conferences have not moved scheduled championship events out of North Caroli [...] Read more
NCAA President Mark Emmert: We Won’t Push ACC on Bathroom Law

NCAA President Mark Emmert: We Won’t Push ACC on Bathroom Law

by Ralph D. Russo, Associated Press | September 13, 2016
NCAA President Mark Emmert says it is up to the Atlantic Coast Conference to decide whether it [...] Read more