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Oct 12, 2017

Times are rough. Every five seconds, the news tells us something terrible that Trump and his administration has done. White Supremacists have a renewed, public boldness. Social media feeds are landmines of triggering comments about race, gender, sexuality, and many other issues that make up one's humanity. 

Blogger:Verdell A. WrightResearcher/Writer
Oct 11, 2017

Ten years ago if someone asked me to predict my future, I would have said that I expected to married with kids, and involved in some sort of Christian ministry. Ironically, that isn’t far from the truth, except that the specific confines of that prediction had a drastically different outcome than I (or any of my family) ever saw coming. 

Blogger:Amber CantornaFounder, Beyond
Oct 05, 2017

Pope Francis has once again entered the discussion of transgender issues with a statement that reveals the pontiff does not yet comprehend issues of gender identity.

In a statement to the Pontifical Academy for Life's general assembly, he said:

Blogger:Francis DeBernardoExecutive Director, New Ways Ministry
Oct 11, 2017

Over the last few years, I’ve been deeply engaged in work and research that centers on cultivating space where people of all faiths, sexualities, and gender identities can seek to both know and be known. I’ve seen so many people experience spiritual, systemic, and interpersonal harm and sincerely believe that fostering inclusive, equitable communities can help people heal.

Blogger:Alicia CrosbyCo-Founder & Executive Director, Center for Inclusivity
Oct 04, 2017

This Fall, the NC Faith Forward Coalition will host five regional gatherings across the state of North Carolina. Join us as we strategize about the future of our community!

The NC Faith Forward Coalition works with LGBTQ-affirming faith communities and social justice movements to combat discrimination and work to make North Carolina a more inclusive and just state. 

Oct 11, 2017

In 1988, LGBT activists Robert Eichberg and Jean O’Leary established National Coming Out Day (NCOD), to be observed on October 11—the anniversary of the 1987 National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights.

Blogger:Layton Williams Audience Engagement Associate, Sojourners
Oct 06, 2017

On Friday, September 29th, the United States cast a vote against a UN Human Rights Council resolution to ban the death penalty against LGBTI people, effectively jeopardizing LGBTI people’s lives around the world to preserve the death penalty at all costs.

Blogger:Rev. Patricia AckermanUN Representative, International Fellowship of Reconciliation
Sep 29, 2017

This article is for everyone who’s been kicked out.

Blogger:Leslie RouserWriter, Consultant