ACTION ALERT: Urge Uganda's police to investigate raids on LGBT groups

International NGO Human Rights First (HRF) has issued a call for pressure on the Ugandan authorities to properly investigate last week's break ins at the offices of LGBT groups Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) and Freedom and Roam Uganda (FARUG). And FARUG are calling for financial and technical support to replace their losses.

San Diego County college students encouraged to apply for GSDBA Foundation scholarships

SAN DIEGO -- The application cycle for the annual GSDBA Charitable Foundation student scholarships has opened and over $17,000 will be doled out to deserving students this year.

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House lawyers explain why discrimination against gays and lesbians is OK

On Monday, lawyers for the House Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group (BLAG) filed their latest arguments using your taxpayer dollars to defend the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in federal court, in Windsor v. United States.  As you’ll recall, in that case, Edie Windsor is challenging the hefty tax penalty she faces as she inherits  her late wife’s estate because of DOMA, a penalty that would not apply if her spouse had been a man.

SATURDAY: Bonnie Dumanis to speak at Log Cabin Republicans' monthly meeting

SAN DIEGO -- San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, a Republican candidate for San Diego mayor, will speak tonight at the monthly meeting of the Log Cabin Republicans of San Diego.

Community members are invited to attend the meeting on Saturday, July 30, from 7 to 9 pm at Bamboo Lounge in Hillcrest.

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ACTION ALERT: Tell school district's LGBT students that we have their backs

I’m tired of asking this. And I think you probably are too.

When it comes to our lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth, just how bad do things have to get before they change?

It’s tough being a teenager anywhere, but being a student in Minnesota’s Anoka-Hennepin School District is especially hard. Why? Because there’s actually a “gag policy” that prevents school staff from talking about LGBT issues.

The bottom line is that this gag policy has created an environment where LGBT kids are relentlessly and cruelly bullied.

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Anti-gay Capitol Resource Institute seeks to overturn the FAIR Education Act

SACRAMENTO -- The anti-gay Capitol Resource Institute received approval Tuesday from the State of California to circulate petitions for a referendum on the June 2012 ballot that asks voters to overturn SB 48, the FAIR (Fair, Accurate, Inclusive, and Respectful) Education Act, which was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown this month.

The anti-equality group has until mid-October to collect more than 504,000 signatures to qualify the measure for the ballot.

HRC launches nationwide LGBT equality bus tour

WASHINGTON – The Human Rights Campaign today announced “On the Road to Equality,” a nationwide bus tour to spread the message of equality by educating the American public and empowering LGBT people to become advocates for themselves and their families.

SATURDAY: The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to present Legacy Concert to benefit LGBT youth - VIDEO

SAN DIEGO -- To continue their tradition of spreading joy in San Diego, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will present their 2011 Legacy Concert on Saturday, July 23, at 5 pm.

The event, which will include performances by a number of local musical groups, will benefit the San Diego LGBT Community Center's youth programs.

Groups like the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus, the San Diego Women's Chorus, In aChord and other community talent will perform.

San Diego Human Dignity Foundation schedules champagne brunch cruise

SAN DIEGO -- Complimentary mimosas, brunch, friends, sunshine and a harbor cruise are all ingredients for a perfect San Diego Sunday.

The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation (SDHDF) is inviting supporters to experience these ingredients at its annual Champagne Brunch Boat Cruise on Sunday, Sept. 18, from 11 am to 1 pm aboard Flagship Cruises.

While tickets are not yet available for the event, SDHDF is asking community members to hold the date and plan on attending.

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Community members to "Bowl Against Bullies" to aid The Trevor Project

SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Ambassadors of the Trevor Project invite community members to "Bowl Against Bullies" this Saturday.

The council, which exists to support the work of The Trevor Project, is hosting this first bowling event to raise money for the organization, which provides life-saving and life-affirming resources to LGBTQ youth, including a nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention lifeline.

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