The Marriott Apologizes — AND COMES OUT!
As you all know, six of the Family Equality Council staff attended Creating Change this past week in sunny (ha) Detroit, MI! We had a
the longest blog post ever: 2007 in review
I’m not one for long-winded blog posts, but when it comes to the accomplishments of the Family Equality Council in 2007, I’m all too happy
“Home for the Holidays”
This post comes to us from Nina Selvaggio, Director of Policy and Programs here at Family Equality Council. Due to technical difficulties (oh, technical difficulties)
National Safe Schools Roundtable Begins
This evening the National Safe Schools Roundtable begins in Washington, DC. I’ll have the privilege of participating in the three-day event, along with representatives from
Gear Up for the Holidays, OUTSpoken-Style
Oh, “the holidays,” that months-long stretch of Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and friends. A time to love and laugh, to share and reflect. A time to
a family affair
Lesbian Notions by Libby Post November 5, 2007 No good deed goes unpunished. That is certainly the case of Michael Gregg Valdez and Michael Oberg
Making Families Visible, One Blog at a Time
The beauty of the blogosphere is that there isn’t one “best” blog — not for any issue, any interest, or any group of people. Here
ten is the magic number for Family Pride
At lot can change in a few years. When I was interviewing for my current job at Family Pride, there were four staff members. That
sneak peak: Family Pride gets full page spread in the Advocate!
We couldn’t be more thrilled that Family Pride and our amazing staff are being featured in this month’s issue of the advocate. Here’s your sneak
not a “civilian gay” anymore!
Well, I have just finished my third week at Family Pride and am beginning to settle in. I am really excited to back doing professional
Family Pride goes “down under” with Daniel Robinson
Hello everyone! My name is Daniel and I am writing to introduce myself as a new team member here at Family Pride. I hopped onboard
A Child of My Own
As a young person I wanted to be a parent before I ever knew I was gay. Like many of you, I suppose, there was