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Thank goodness it’s Friday! This week has been a doozy — between finishing the latest edition of Qnotes and Election Day, this has been a busy week. My name is Taylor, and I’m here to bring you this week’s headlines right to your inbox.
You may have noticed the cover of the latest paper is a collage of San Francisco, one of the queer capitals of the U.S. I traveled to the Golden State to learn about what San Francisco (or SF, as the locals call it) is doing to address homelessness amongst its trans and gender-nonconforming population.
You can read that story below.
Homelessness among LGBTQ+ identifying people is far more prevalent than in other communities, with transgender and gender-nonconforming people unhoused at the highest rate in the community. According to the Texas Homeless Network and the Trevor Project, one in three transgender people in the United States have experienced homelessness. […]
The piece of cake you cut into did not have a pastel center. There were […]
After a tumultuous election cycle, pro-LGBTQ+ mayoral incumbent Barbara Blain-Bellamy of Conway, South Carolina, defeated […]
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IN THE TRIANGLE
Eliazar Posada — along with other candidates for office — wanted to find a way to bring younger voters to the polls for the 2023 Carrboro municipal election. However, he wanted the solution to be something unique to not just Carrboro, but to the entire state. […]
A special committee advisory board for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools met Tuesday, October 31, to determine the […]
Within days of being listed as the longest running nightclub in a Qnotes story recognizing […]
A familiar face to the Charlotte area has announced their campaign for Attorney General — […]
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