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Issues

Information about issues of concern to the LGBT community and EGALE’s involvement in these.

INFO Egale: Fall 2005
December 1, 2005
In This Issue: p.1 Off to the Polls p.2 Safe Schools Campaign p.3 Trans Advocacy p.4 Melange  Full Text | PDF File

INFO Egale: Summer 2005
August 1, 2005
In This Issue: p.1 We Won! p.2 The Equal Marriage Bill p.3 Trans Advocacy p.4 Melange  Full Text

INFO Egale: Spring 2005
April 15, 2005
In This Issue: p.1 Time for Equality p.2 Community Outreach p.3 Legal & Political Advocacy p.4 Melange  Full Text

INFO Egale: Winter 2005
January 1, 2005
In This Issue: p.1 Making a Difference p.2 Youth, Families, and Diversity p.3 Legal and Political Action p.4 Regional Activities, and more!  Full Text | In French | PDF File (FR) | PDF File

INFO Egale: Fall 2004
October 1, 2004
In This Issue: p.1 Focus on Education p.2 Promoting Diversity p.3 Legal and Political Action p.4 Elections, Donations, and more  Full Text | In French | PDF File | PDF File (FR)

Outlaws & Inlaws
Know your rights! Numerous laws provide both rights and responsibilities to those in same-sex relationships. In recent years, these laws have been changing at a dramatic pace. At the same time, there are many areas in which we remain legal outlaws.  Full Text

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