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Campus Pride Moves to Digital Operational Model

Carolinas News Notes

Campus Pride has announced that it has permanently taken its operations fully online to virtually meet the needs of LGBTQ college students across the country. The decision came after the national non-profit adapted its staffing model and all in-person programming during the summer and fall to an online format.

Court Blocks Enforcement of Graham’s Protest Ban Ordinance

Carolinas News Notes

In response to a lawsuit and motion for a temporary restraining order filed on July 3 by civil rights groups, a federal judge granted a consent temporary restraining order on July 6 following an agreement reached by the City of Graham, the Alamance County Sheriff and plaintiffs.

Five Examples of LGBTQ Equality

Equal Rights, Not Special Rights

In my recent blog on my website, “Why So Much Hate,” I wrote about the hateful comments I receive on social media after blogging about topics such as Islamophobia, LGBTQ equality and Racism. In the LGBTQ area, I am shocked about some of the people commenting about LGBTQ people clamoring for “special rights.”

Org shares new worst campus shame list

Beyond the Carolinas

Campus Pride released its 2019 Shame List highlighting 150 of “The Absolute Worst Campuses for LGBTQ Youth.” The 2019 online list shows another year of consecutive increases from higher education institutions receiving Title IX religious exemptions to openly discriminate against LGBTQ individuals.

Spectrum undergoes rebirth

Formerly defunct LGBTQ+ group has first meeting of the year

Following several years of inactivity, Spectrum at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) had its first meeting in some time on Nov. 8.