The Guilford Green Foundation is seeking participants in its $5 letter campaign.
The Replacements, Ltd. Political Action Committee, formed to endorse LGBT-friendly candidates at the local, state and federal levels, has released its endorsements for the city’s Oct. 8 City Council primary election.
A local official charged with overseeing marriage and other licensing matters in Guilford County denied marriage licenses to two same-sex couples today, but issued a public statement in support of marriage equality and opposing laws which discriminate against same-sex couples.
Reconciling United Methodists and Interfaith Winston-Salem are sponsoring a statewide reconciling ministry conference for Oct. 18-19 at Green Street Church, 639 S. Green St.
The University of North Carolina system Board of Governors will consider a proposal to ban gender-inclusive housing on all 17 campuses of the university system at a meeting next week.
North Carolina’s Wild Goose Festival returns Aug. 8-11 in Hot Springs, N.C., just 45 minutes northwest of Asheville. The festival is a celebration of justice, spirituality, music and art.
As autumn and winter approach, plan your excursion to North Carolina’s foothills and Blue Ridge. QNotes explores local wineries and breweries in Asheville, the Piedmont and the Yadkin River Valley.
Where North Carolina’s Piedmont begins to gently roll upward toward the Blue Ridge, you’ll find Winston-Salem and, to the immediate west and south, the Yadkin River Valley, home to a rich and long-established local winery scene.
On Thursday, Aug. 8, the University of North Carolina (UNC) system Board of Governors Governance Committee will meet in Chapel Hill to decide the fate of gender-inclusive housing (also commonly referred to as gender non-specific or gender-neutral housing) in the statewide public university system.
Two North Carolinians among 11-member board of new organization for LGBT servicemembers and veterans formed as a long-established national LGBT servicemembers group continues to address challenges.
The latest version of North Carolina’s state budget retains an $8 million cut in essential funding for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), say advocates who have been pushing against the cuts.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper has announced his office will not block the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina’s move to challenge the state’s anti-LGBT constitutional amendment on marriage.
A U.S. Senate committee gave approval Wednesday to the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a bill that prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The bill now heads to the full Senate.
ACLU of North Carolina seeks to challenge anti-LGBT constitutional amendment on marriage.