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Remembering a community friend: Bobby Vannoy

Bobby Vannoy was not only an involved LGBT supporter he was also a friend to the community.

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RGOD2: LGBTI People are not mentioned in the proposed Sustainable Development Goals –who else are they leaving behind?

The Rev. Albert Ogle talks about how some well-meaning people can negatively influence the UN.

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Blue Diamond Society, Nepal, bravely faces its greatest challenge

It is on the advocacy front that Blue Diamond Society has made perhaps the greatest impact in Nepal.

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RGOD2: Peddling backwards –the World Bank’s Draft safeguards polices unravel

LGBTI people are predicted to be one of many vulnerable populations who will suffer at the hands of Bank-financed policies.

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RGOD2: The World Bank and the LGBT community – is it getting better?

LGBTQ voices need a bigger place at The World Bank's table, writes the Rev. Canon Albert Ogle in his weekly RGOD2 column.

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  • University Heights Community Association to host "Cookies with the Cops"

    The University Heights Community Association is sponsoring the event, which will give residents the opportunity to meet representatives from the San Diego Police Department and ask questions and voice concerns, while mingling with neighbors and enjoying cookies.

  • Online voting now open for the 40th annual Nicky Awards

    The Nicky Awards were established in 1974 by longtime gay activist and current City Commissioner Nicole Ramirez to raise funds for community causes. The first Nicky Awards were a benefit for the Gay Center and the Metropolitan Community Church.

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  • Back out With Benny: A very wet but very memorable Pride

    Even though Pride is now behind us, there is still so much going on around the community, with some of my favorite summer events on the horizon, including what many in the community refer to as “Pride Lite” — Hillcrest CityFest on Sunday, Aug. 9 from noon to 11 p.m.

  • Sarah Merk-Benitez takes on volunteer coordinator role at The Center

    Merk-Benitez replaces Jerry Tomaszewicz, Jr. who has joined The Center’s accounting team. In her new role, Merk-Benitez is responsible for recruiting, training and coordinating The Center’s more than 1,000 volunteers.

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