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Aug 21, 2012

Equality NC Launches New Websites Designed to Better Serve LGBT Community & Allies

Equality NC and Equality NC Foundation today launched two dynamic new websites to better serve the informational and interactive needs of North Carolina’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and allies. The revamped online presences mark the first major website redesign for Equality NC, North Carolina’s leading LGBT advocacy organization, and the organization’s educational arm, Equality NC Foundation.

Jul 25, 2012

Equality NC Responds to U.S. Commitment to AIDS-free Generation

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton this week said the U.S. will not back down from its commitment to ensuring that children are no longer born with HIV, that the risk of becoming infected is curbed and that those already infected will have access to treatment. "I am here today to make it absolutely clear: The United States is committed and will remain committed to achieving an AIDS-free generation," Clinton told attendees at the International AIDS Conference.

Jul 22, 2012

Equality NC Co-Sponsors "What Amendment One Means for You and Your Family" Community Law Workshops

Equality NC is a proud sponsor of Asheville's "What Amendment One Means for You and Your Family," the first of a series of statewide community law workshops led by the Campaign for Southern Equality and local attorneys designed to provide the latest information about the legal landscape for LGBT families following the passage of Amendment One. Led by local attorneys, "What Amendment One Means for You and Your Family" is a 90-minute workshop devoted to information and education about special topics impacting the LGBT community.

Jul 17, 2012

UNC School of Government Weighs in on Amendment One Impact to Domestic Partner Benefits

A new position paper by Diane M. Juffras of the UNC School of Government suggests that the passage of Amendment One would not bar municipalities from offering domestic partner benefits to public employees. Currently, nine towns, cities and counties in North Carolina offer domestic partnership benefits to public employees, including same-sex couples and their children. In 2013, the City of Charlotte will become the tenth.

Jul 16, 2012

ACLU of NC Report: The Impact of Amendment One

The ACLU of North Carolina Legal Foundation has released a new document outlining the limited legal impact of Amendment One on domestic violence laws, the ability of public employers to offer domestic partner benefits, and on private contracts formed between same-sex couples. In the document, the ACLU of North Carolina uses information developed since the recent passage of Amendment One.

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