New year resolutions. We all make them. Many of us end up breaking them. We start out with all the greatest intentions and by a few weeks in, we’ve either forgotten our new-found commitments or given up.
We asked community members and leaders to submit their New Year resolutions, hopes, dreams and wishes — for themselves, for the community, for their organizations. Here are some of the responses we received.
2014 was a great year for qnotes’ “Our People” column, a casual, get-to-know you Q&A-style interview column. We sat out to broaden the diversity of experiences, perspectives, ages, genders, races and more with “Our People” last year. Looking back at 2014, we met some absolutely, fabulously amazing people.
If 2014 was the year for marriage equality, what will be in store for 2015? More marriage news, no doubt. We’re still a bit of aways off from full marriage equality in all 50 states, so expect to see more advancements, and even a slight setback or two, as we continue our forward momentum on this particular issue.