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Washtenaw’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community applauds Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision today not to appeal a federal court’s ruling in favor of same-sex married couples in Michigan. The lawsuit was brought on behalf of couples who were legally married … Continue reading
For Immediate Release Contact: Brad O’Conner, 734-707-7487 Washtenaw’s LGBT Community Awaits Court Decision The Washtenaw-area Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community, while disappointed not to have any news yet, continues to wait anxiously for the U.S. Supreme Court to … Continue reading
You’re invited! There will be a benefit concert this Saturday, November 22, 2014, in the First United Methodist Church Sanctuary. Consider joining this opportunity to celebrate diversity and inclusion. Performances and stories from 7–8 PM; reception to follow. The event will feature Katie Geddes, the Method Clawson Praise … Continue reading
We need your help with our fundraising campaign. We will be stuffing, sealing, labeling, and stamping letters for our annual fundraising appeal. If you’d like to help out, please join us at the Jim Toy Community Center on December 1st … Continue reading
DATE: TBD (The day that rulings are issued) PLACE: Jim Toy Community Center/ Braun Court TIME: 5:30 to 8:00 PM Check out our Facebook event! This fall, we will experience another historic moment in LGBT history. The Sixth Circuit Court … Continue reading
A retrospective video on Michigan’s Day of Decision was prepared! Enjoy.
Help us celebrate Jim Toy’s birthday on April 25, 2014 at Arbor Brewing Microbrewery (formerly Corner Brewery), 720 Norris Street, Ypsilanti, MI at 7:30 PM. Join us for cupcakes, conversation, raffles, door prizes, entertainment and more! Cash bar available (beer/wine … Continue reading
Kim Borger and Audrey Wojtkowiak have posted a retrospective, complete with many photographs, of the day of marriage equality in Michigan, when hundreds of same-sex couples were able to marry in Washtenaw, Oakland, Ingham, and Muskegon counties. Check it out … Continue reading
The team at SafeHouse is planning a Speak Out focused on providing domestic violence survivors within the LGBTIQ community an opportunity to share their experiences and receive support from the community. The Speak Out will focus on survivors’ experiences with sexual violence, dating … Continue reading