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Scorecard: Mayor Briley made Nashville first Southern city to recognize LGBT-owned businesses.
Here's where things stand today
March 21, 2020
6 Questions for GLAAD COO Rich Ferraro
Ex-MTV exec to share LGBTQ audience data at CultureX Conversations March 25
March 07, 2020
GAAMC and Anchors To Dusk Publishing Spring 2020 Event
Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County (GAAMC) and Anchors To Dusk to co-host a business meet and greet event on May 11, 2020. They are reaching out to businesses in and around the Morristown area to come and share ideas, news and viewpoints.
March 02, 2020
Companies Offer Rebuke of Tennessee's Anti-LGBT Adoption Law
Almost three dozen big companies and more than 100 small businesses in Tennessee are predicting economic backlash from a newly enacted adoption state law and other proposals that target LGBT people.
February 06, 2020
Third company pulls Florida voucher donations over anti-gay policies
Wyndham joined Wells Fargo and Fifth Third Bank in saying they'll stop donating to the program after discovering some beneficiaries have anti-LGBTQ policies, NBC News reports.
January 31, 2020
City of Philadelphia Makes Equity a Priority
The City of Philadelphia’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion is now the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion — marking the city’s efforts to place equity as a priority.
January 27, 2020
Coffee Commercial About Queer Teens Is the Best Way to Start the Day
Will we ever get tired of commercials being openly inclusive of the LGBTQ community? Probably not. Gone are the days when the best we got was a wink and a nod from Subaru — now queer people get to be out and proud for a full 30 seconds of advertising time, no matter how much homophobes may hate it.
January 19, 2020
Setting aside contracts for gay-owned businesses to be studied: Chicago City Council
The City Council signed off on a study of the idea proposed by Chicago’s first openly-gay mayor.
January 15, 2020
The Boss: Joe Woolley, Nashville LGBT Chamber
Meet the guy who bought Jeff Bezos a drink.
January 10, 2020
Lynne Brown, Publisher of the Washington Blade, Reflects on 50 Years of LGBTQ Journalism
“A newspaper is a connective tissue that offers a community support,” Brown says. “We’re really proud of the Blade and really proud of the staff of the Blade who got us here over the decades.”
October 24, 2019
Executive Profile: Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce CEO Steve Adkins juggles advocacy, business
"You are, in many ways, a politician," he says.
October 24, 2019
VIDEO: Thrive Together with Queer/Bar
The GSBA is a bedrock for small businesses to be sustainable and thrive." For Joey Burgess, owner of Capitol Hill's Queer/Bar, GSBA represents a pillar of the neighborhood business community through its newest program, the Capitol Hill Business Alliance.
October 16, 2019
Echo, an LGBTQ-themed magazine, celebrates 30 years in Phoenix.
Happy anniversary to Echo magazine. The LGBTQ-themed magazine based in Arizona started 30 years ago.
September 28, 2019
Dykes With Drills Are Building Inclusivity Into the Construction Industry
The Bay Area-based group is helping women, transgender, and gender nonconforming people feel at home in the trades industry, one project at a time.
September 24, 2019
Wells Fargo joins statewide effort to promote workplace diversity and inclusion
Wells Fargo became an official gold founding member of the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce today after four years of partnership.
September 10, 2019
Brooks: Pride in Business Annual Pride kickoff
The recent Pride in Business Annual Pride Kickoff, held in Thomsons Restaurant at the Hyatt Regency, was a success attended by hundreds of guests. The TD sponsored event featured a fashion show, performances by SNAP Dance Company, hors d’oeuvres and champagne.
September 08, 2019

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