Polls are open Tuesday, Nov. 6, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Learn more about statewide and local LGBT-friendly endorsements in North Carolina.
Leaders of the North Carolina NAACP and other religious leaders are jointly calling on Franklin Graham, son of the famed evangelist Billy Graham, to stop his conservative politicking against equality and his continued public suspicions regarding President Barack Obama’s Christian faith.
In the third year of Community Assessment Survey, QNotes asks local non-profits for more transparency in their IRS filings.
QNotes publishes its annual survey of community non-profit organizations’ budgets, strengths, needs and concerns. In a show of community-wide transparency and accountability, nearly every organization queried for the project opted to participate in the annual survey.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. â€” Nearly a dozen local and regional LGBT non-profit organizations in Charlotte and across the state are sharing their concerns and needs in response to qnotesâ€™ third annual Community Assessment Survey. The survey is a yearly check-up on organization strength, financial well-being and commitment to transparency.
Lesbian Staff Sgt. Donna R. Johnson, 29, from Raeford and a member of the N.C. National Guardâ€™s 514th Military Police Co., 60th Troop Command, based out of Winterville, N.C., was among 14 people killed on Oct. 1 while she was on assignment in Khost, Afghanistan.
Though rain likely suppressed some turnout, thousands still braved the stormy weather to celebrate Durham’s N.C. Pride Fest and Parade on Saturday. Some local reports, plus reader polls and your opinion: Is N.C. Pride still a “statewide” Pride event?
For the third year in a row, QNotes went directly to the people for their votes on their favorite and best coffee shops, restaurants, nightclubs and bars, popular leaders and elected officials and non-profit organizations.
North Carolina Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, the Democratic candidate for governor this year, toured the gay-owned Replacements, Ltd. in Greensboro on Thursday. Dalton was accompanied by Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and Replacements owner Bob Page and his partner Dale Frederiksen.
Dozens of candidates for the North Carolina General Assembly received endorsements today from Equality North Carolina, the state’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocacy and education group.
The Equality NC Action Fund, the political action committee of the state’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocacy and education organization, announced a fundraising challenge on Wednesday night meant to bolster support for and raise funds to elect fair-minded, LGBT-inclusive candidates in the state.
Just in time for planning your “what to do” list, our Aug. 4-17 print edition rolls out its Fall 2012 A&E Guide. It’s chocked full of the most LGBT-comprehensive array of events, shows, musicals and more to wet the appetite for those who want something enjoyable to do.