Raleigh joins Wake County in New Non-Discrimination Protections

The Raleigh City Council unanimously voted to join in a new, LGBTQ-inclusive non-discrimination ordinance Tuesday, the day after the ordinance was passed by Wake County. The move makes North Carolina’s capital city the 15th local government in the state to pass such an ordinance since a ban on local non-discrimination ordinances expired late last year. The…

UNC Chapel Hill’s Process Series Presents ‘Voices: A Walking Tour’

UNC-Chapel Hill’s Process Series season begins with two presentations of Heather Tatreau’s “Voices: A Walking Tour” November 5-6, both beginning at 7 p.m.  Curated by Tatreau, the site-specific performance takes the shape of a contemplative walking tour of campus after dark to discover the hidden voices in the school’s landscape. Beginning at UNC’s historic Old Well,…

Woman Sues TSA Over Treatment of Transgender Daughter

The mother of a transgender teen recently announced she has filed a federal law suit against the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for violating her daughter’s right to privacy when they insisted she let them inspect her genitals and refused to allow her and her mother on a flight outward bound from Raleigh-Durham International Airport to…

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