Demands by Whose Diversity? aren’t new

The Whose Diversity? group at the University of Minnesota.

Minneapolis vigil planned to shed light on anti-transgender violence

Loring Park in downtown Minneapolis will be the setting for a vigil on Thursday evening to bring attention to an epidemic of violence against transgender women in the United States.


Who protects the protectors?

Trista Matascastillo, left, and Jill Troutner. Photograph by Amber Procaccini.

ProtectorsFeature: Minnesota's Women Veterans Initiative works to support, uplift and defend th


HRC: Minnesota is ‘solidifying’ equality but lags on important issues

The Human Rights Campaign recently launched a new index rating the states on LGBT equality, and while Minnesota ranks well above many other states, the report notes some glaring inequities particul


Report-Back on Performing and Speaking at the United Nations

So that was something I've never done before.


GLBT Youth seek Safe Space

High school students often face challenges and discrimination as they work to discover and define their sexual identities.


Trans Youth Support Network to close at the end of January

The Trans Youth Support Network, founded in 2004 after a series of acts of violence against young transwomen of color, announced on Tuesday that it will close at the end of the month.


From Selma to Stonewall: Same-Sex Marriage and the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

By now it seems inevitable if not entirely predictable that by July this year same-sex marriage will be the law of the land in the United States.


St. Paul Public Schools poised to implement inclusive gender policy

The St. Paul Board of Education is considering a policy that would make the districts schools safer for transgender and gender noncomforming students.

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