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Texas Road Trip

Texas Road Trip

I had a trip to Texas planned prior to the introduction of the anti-transgender bills in state Congress. I considered…



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NC Republicans push ban on teaching LGBTQ issues for schools

NC Republicans push ban on teaching LGBTQ issues for schools

Following the lead of other Republican-led states, North Carolina lawmakers proposed a bill May 24 that would ban teaching about gender or sexuality in early elementary school grades, and could force school employees to out LGBTQ students to their parents.  Critics in other states have called similar bills “Don’t say gay” rules and accused their…

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LGBTQ community, people of color in the crosshairs of banned book movement

LGBTQ community, people of color in the crosshairs of banned book movement

Students in one Pennsylvania school district were not allowed to read a biography of the first Black president, Barack Obama. In some Tennessee classrooms, a nonfiction comic book about the atrocities of the Holocaust is banned. And one school district in Wisconsin banned from libraries a picture book about a gay rights activist who was…

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Mecklenburg County Commissioner Ella Scarborough passes at 75

Mecklenburg County Commissioner Ella Scarborough passes at 75

Mecklenburg County Commissioner Ella Scarborough passed away Tuesday, May 24. She was 75.   Scarborough was a legendary Queen City figure for many reasons. In 1987 she was the first black woman to be elected to the Charlotte City Council, where she served until 1997. She later became the first black woman to run for…

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Qnotes Wants You 

Qnotes Wants You 

Like many media and publishing companies, Qnotes has faced challenges over the years that have forced some companies to cease operation altogether. But Qnotes has continued to persevere. In print since 1986 and online since 1999, we’ve seen many changes in the LGBTQ community and we’ve worked hard to keep up as queer culture and world…



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