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The activist power of TV

The national conversation about how to fix the racism, sexism and homophobia in our nation is an ongoing debate and over the past couple of decades, the people of Hollywood, the ones who "make the big bucks," and producers of popular TV shows, have joined the conversation.

The Passion of the Eich

Why was Brendan Eich's resignation wrong, and what can we learn from this situation going forward?

NewsChips: So much to celebrate

Thousands of people in brightly colored clothing, outrageous makeup and Mardi Gras necklaces, stream towards DuPont Circle. Most of them have rainbow colors somewhere on their bodies. All of them are excited for the parade to start.

Unwavering discrimination

After the Boys Scouts of America banned Jennifer Tyrell from her son's Cub Scout troop for her sexuality, we are reminded of how all to similar this is to racial discrimination.

DC celebrates LGBT community

On Sunday, the non-profit organization, Capital Pride Alliance, held its annual Lesbian Gay Bi-sexual Transgender (LGBT) festival. The celebration was just one of several events that the organization hosts in the nation's capital around the first week of June each year.

Open minds, open ears

When fliers for Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays (P. Fox) were passed out during advisory last week, the outrage was immediate and widespread. What we should take away most from this is the discussion, and the importance of it.
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