2022: A year In review

As the year draws to a close and the season of holidays in many cultures approaches, we hope you’re spending time with your family, chosen or otherwise, and filling up your cup for the time ahead.  With the end of 2022 approaching, it’s only natural to reflect on the year and its events. As Equality…

Statement from Equality NC on the deadly shooting at Club Q in Colorado

Last night, a gunman attacked Club Q, an LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, killing 5 people and injuring 18 more.  Equality NC sends our condolences to the victims, their loved ones, and their community, who are reeling from this tragedy. We are outraged and we are grieving. This shooting coincides with today’s Trans Day…

The Fight Ahead After Elections

I’m writing this column before the midterm elections on November 8th, but you are, in all likelihood, reading it after. The elections may have gone well, and they may have gone poorly. Most likely, they were a mixture, with some great results and some awful ones.  But regardless of the outcome of the election, we…

Midterm elections: We need you in this fight!

There’s no other way to put it: the last few years have been long, difficult, and painful for our communities. As we approach the Midterm Elections, we know that so many of us are burnt out and tired. But despite our collective exhaustion, anti-equality forces have been hard at work across this country and we…

The Impacts of Roe v. Wade: Economic and Social Inequality Widen

Pride month ended with the devastating decision of the Supreme Court to overturn the protections of Roe v. Wade. A half-century of enshrined reproductive protections vanished in one decision, and now the majority of U.S. states are seeing abortion bans that have been triggered or caused drastic reductions in abortion access immediately. This Dobbs v.…


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