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Nike Launches 'Equality' Promotion

By Brittany Ferrendi | Saturday Feb 18, 2017
This Black History Month, Nike has released a video promotion focused on bringing equality to the forefront.

Sources: State Department Keeping LGBT Envoy

By John McDonald | Saturday Feb 18, 2017
Multiple sources are confirming the U.S. State Department intends to keep Randy Berry as the nation's special envoy for LGBTI people.

Pride After Trump: Pride Fort Lauderdale Organizers Hope to Send 'Strong Signal'

By Michael d'Oliveira | Saturday Feb 18, 2017
As the first "Pride" since the inauguration of President Donald Trump in January, Miik Martorell sees Pride Fort Lauderdale as the first opportunity for the local LGBT community to speak out.

What Will Trump Do? There's A Conflict Between Federal and State Marijuana Laws

By Norm Kent | Saturday Feb 18, 2017
Twenty-eight states have now enacted laws that allow or protect the medicinal and even recreational use of marijuana. Florida joined the fold in November. Still, pot is illegal under federal law; what will the Trump administration do?

Fort Lauderdale Officer In Hot Water Over Pride Flag

By Jason Parsley | Sunday Feb 12, 2017
A sergeant of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department was accused last year of putting his personal beliefs ahead of his department when an internal investigation found he attempted to derail the Mounted Unit's participation in June's Pride parade.

Study Shows Gay Men More Closeted at Work

By Christiana Lilly | Sunday Feb 12, 2017
Do gay men go back into the closet when they're at work? Travis Speice, an assistant professor at the Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences, spent four years asking this question and determined that they do.

Larry Kramer Headed to the World AIDS Museum

By Ryan Yousefi | Saturday Feb 11, 2017
The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center (WAM) announced that on March 8 they will be opening the doors of their new exhibit, "AIDS Crisis in America: 30 Years of ACT UP - A Convergence of Disease, Art and Human Resilience."

Deutch Chosen Vice Chair of Congressional LGBT Caucus

By John McDonald | Saturday Feb 11, 2017
Florida's Ted Deutch was selected as a Vice Chair of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus for the 115th U.S. Congress.

Thousands Interested in Protesting Trump at Mar-A-Lago Resort Saturday

By Chris Persaud | Saturday Feb 4, 2017
Between 1,000 and 5,500 have indicated their interest in marching in West Palm Beach on Saturday to protest President Donald Trump, who plans to visit Palm Beach that day.

'Moonlight' Bests Field in Gay and Lesbian 'Dorian' Awards

By JW Arnold | Saturday Feb 4, 2017
After landing top honors for a big screen drama at the Golden Globe Awards, "Moonlight," the melancholy drama about a gay African-American man in Miami's gritty Liberty City neighborhood, was named film of the year last week by GALECA.

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