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Updated: March 28, 2014 at 12:01 pm
The original print and online version of the “Voices for Progress: LGBT Young Professionals” feature on March 14 inadvertently excluded a portion of Sarah Alwran’s closing quote. The full quote should have read: “On a national level, the most pressing issues are putting an end to workplace discrimination (ENDA) and increasing overall awareness so that more LGB and ally individuals step up to the plate to fight for, not only marriage, but equality for our trans* community.”
The “Charlotte Business Guild joins national LGBT chamber” story published online on March 10 and in our March 14 print edition incorrectly identified the name of the Charlotte Business Guild’s new young professionals, internship and mentorship program. It is the Aspiring Professionals Initiative.
In the March 14 print and online story, “’Drag Race’ veteran to perform at Augusta Pride,” the date of the Augusta Pride parade was mistakenly printed as June 21. The event actually occurs June 28.
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