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N.C. companies scored in HRC index

Beyond the Carolinas

America’s leading companies and law firms are meeting strengthened criteria to meet the evolving needs of the LGBTQ community around the world, according to the 2018 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) released by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation.

North Carolina’s HB2 legacy still effecting travel to state

Swimmers Commute from Virginia in Order to Compete

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2016 ban on official travel to North Carolina are being observed by a group of State University of New York swimmers who qualified for the NCAA Swimming Division III Championship, being held March 20 – 23 in Greensboro, N.C.

Breast cancer walks help raise awareness

Monies raised go toward supporting organizations, research, treatment and care

October across the U.S. is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During this time, communities bring out the pink as participants take to the streets to walk or run to bring awareness to the disease that affects primarily women, and more rarely, men too.

ASO gets new leader

Carolina News Notes

Triad Health Project (THP) has announced that it named a new executive director, Mark Cassity, to lead its efforts in providing access to care and prevention of new HIV infections in the community.

Triad: Honored Professor, Foundation Grants, Church Recognition

Carolinas News Notes

A professor at Wake Forest School of Medicine has been honored for his research on transgender community healthcare, the Guilford Green Foundation will hold its granting ceremony on June 29 and First Lutheran Church has been recognized by Reconciling Works (formerly Lutherans Concerned/North America) as a Reconciling in Christ congregation.