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Irish President to Honor Brendan Fay, Kathleen Walsh D’Arcy

Irish President to Honor Brendan Fay, Kathleen Walsh D’Arcy

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | An Irishman who came to America and an Irish-American woman whose family has been here for nearly a century are going back to the old country to be honored by its president for “sustained and distinguished service to Ireland and Irish communities abroad.” Brendan Fay and Kathleen Walsh D’Arcy are two of […]

Thousands More Turn Out Sunday in Columbus Circle

Thousands More Turn Out Sunday in Columbus Circle

BY ANDY HUMM | A day after a massive march up Fifth Avenue from Union Square, more than 15,000 people marched from the Trump International Hotel in Columbus Circle to Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue and back on Sunday in a multicultural display of support for vulnerable immigrants scapegoated by President-elect Donald Trump during his […]

Trump Tower: #NotMyPresident Ground Zero

Trump Tower: #NotMyPresident Ground Zero

BY JACKSON CHEN | The roar of thousands protesting Republican President-elect Donald Trump filled Fifth Avenue on Saturday afternoon as throngs of demonstrators headed north from Greenwich Village toward his high-rise home in Trump Tower at 725 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street. “Show me what democracy looks like!” the crowd that spanned blocks chanted. “This is […]

Phil Donahue Seeks Inclusiveness, Pope Sticks to Doctrine

Phil Donahue Seeks Inclusiveness, Pope Sticks to Doctrine

BY ANDY HUMM | In a week when Pope Francis cloaked his Church’s continued condemnation of homosexuality and transgenderism with supposed pastoral concern, a small and unusual — but potent — mix of LGBT Catholics and their allies marched through Central Park on Sunday, October 2 led by Phil Donahue, who has arguably done more than […]

Appeals Court Declines to Consider Immigrant’s Claim He’s Bisexual

Appeals Court Declines to Consider Immigrant’s Claim He’s Bisexual

BY ARTHUR S. LEONARD | A divided federal appeals panel has denied the effort by a Jamaican immigrant to avoid deportation, deciding that it would accept an immigration judge’s conclusion the man had failed to prove he is bisexual. The 2-1 vote by the Chicago-based Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals on August 17 affirmed an earlier […]

Gay Jamaican Immigrant Gets Deportation Reprieve

Gay Jamaican Immigrant Gets Deportation Reprieve

BY ARTHUR S. LEONARD | A gay immigrant from Jamaica, who was subject to deportation based on state law convictions in Connecticut, now has a second chance to win a reprieve based on an August 9 federal appeals court decision. A three-judge panel of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals that included Judges Pierre N. Leval, […]

Navy to Name Ship in Harvey Milk’s Honor

Navy to Name Ship in Harvey Milk’s Honor

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | US Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has notified Congress of the Navy’s intention to name a Military Sealift Command fleet oiler the USNS Harvey Milk, in honor of the LGBT rights leader and San Francisco city supervisor who was assassinated in 1978. In a July 28 story, USNI News reported that Mabus […]

“The Most Anti-LGBT Platform” Ever

“The Most Anti-LGBT Platform” Ever

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | In a year when the Human Rights Campaign argues, “The Trump-Pence ticket is the gravest threat the LGBTQ community has ever faced in a presidential election,” even the Log Cabin Republicans, who for decades have struggled to make lemonade out of the lemons in front of them, declared the platform adopted at […]

Love Must Prevail

Love Must Prevail

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | In December 1950, when William Faulkner accepted the Nobel Prize in Literature in a speech in Stockholm, he confronted the agonizing existential fear that weighed heavily on the minds and spirits of people everywhere. Just five years after Hitler’s terror had been halted, it was impossible to forget that the World […]

UN Ambassadors Travel to Stonewall In Orldando’s Wake

UN Ambassadors Travel to Stonewall In Orldando’s Wake

Ambassadors and other representatives from 16 nations, the European Union, and the United Nations joined Samantha Power, the US ambassador to the UN, for a special roundtable at the Stonewall Inn on June 16. The visit’s purpose was to reflect on both the tragic events in Orlando four days before and also the impact of […]

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