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Newsletter Current as of 10/3/14. 

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This Tuesday
     
 

It has never been more exciting to be a part of the marriage movement in Michigan.

At any moment, we could receive a ruling from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals on Michigan’s marriage ban. And following this week’s announcement from the U.S. Supreme Court that paved the way for marriage in six states—we know Michigan needs marriage now more than ever.

With all these recent developments, we know you may have a lot of questions. So on Tuesday, October 14th at 7PM in East Lansing, we’re hosting a community meeting to discuss the status of Michigan’s marriage case and what you can do to help win marriage in Michigan once and for all. Click here to RSVP.

 

If you’re wondering whether or not you should plan to come, let me tell you this: The next few weeks will absolutely determine how and when we win marriage equality in Michigan—and it’s up to our grassroots campaign, driven by supporters like you, to get the job done. So if you want to say you were a part of this historic movement, this is your chance—right now!

This is a free event, open to the public and will be a unique opportunity for our supporters to hear from legal experts and community leaders who have first hand knowledge of where Michigan's marriage case stands and what we can expect in the weeks and months ahead.

This event is co-sponsored by ACLU of Michigan-Lansing Branch, Equality Michigan, Michigan Pride, the Lansing Association for Human Rights, LAHR PAC, Cooley Law School ACLU Chapter, LGBT Resource Center of MSU, Suits and the City.

So come one, come all to our community meeting in East Lansing next Tuesday at 7PM. Click here to RSVP.

Hope to see you soon,

Regina Calcagno

Coalition Manager, Michigan for Marriage



 


August Newsletter
     
 

NewsletterWe've got another great issue of the LAHR newsletter for download. To view the July issue click here, or click on the image to the left. As always, this issue is packed with great articles and information.

The newsletter is in PDF format, and requires the Adobe Acrobat viewer to read. If you need to install the Acrobat viewer, it can be found by clicking here.

To view past issues, visit our Newsletter Page

 


LAHR Guide to Aging Services
     
 

NewsletterGreater Lansing Guide to Aging Services for the
LGBTQI Community


This guide is intended to serve aging LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Intersex) individuals, their caregivers, and family members by
providing information about aging services in the Lansing, MI, area. It is intended to be an educational resource for the community as they consider the scope of aging services.

To view the guide, please click here.



 

 

Boy Scouts infographic
     
 

Newsletter


This excellent infographic from GLAAD details the Boy Scouts Of America‘s long history of anti-LGBT discrimination. Click on the image to see a larger version. Or visit glaad.org/scouts to learm more.

 




Our New Video Page
     
 

We've added a video page to the site that will feature videos from LAHR events. Our first video is from the parade celebrating Lansing's 150th Anniversary. We'll be adding more videos as they become available.

Click here to visit the video pages.

 





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Help for LBGTQ Runaway, Homeless,
and At-Risk Youth In Ingham, Eaton,
and Clinton Counties


Gateway Community Services works with runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth in Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties.

Services:
Toll-free Crisis Line 877-833-3689
Emergency Shelter Program
Transitional Living Program
Family Counseling
Group Support Services
Street Outreach

Did you know?

LBGTQ (Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, or Queer) youth comprise nearly 1 out of every 5 homeless youth, mostly because of family conflict. They are at a greater risk for victimization, unsafe sexual practices, and mental health issues. Homeless youth who identify as Transgender are 7 times more likely to experience acts of sexual violence than straight homeless youth. For more information about this crisis, and why resources like Gateway Community Services are invaluable, please follow these links:

fortytonone.org

The Forty-to-None Project portal provides resources and guides that identify reasons why LBGTQ youth become homeless, tells of the experience of living without family support, and gives solutions that keep LBGTQ youth safe and off the street. Their Informational Guides for Service Providers provides a curriculum, best practices, and a toolkit.

Transitioning Our Shelters
A guide for making homeless shelters safe for Transgender people.

 

Advertise with us!
     
 

NewsletterLAHR invites you to advertise with us!
One of the oldest LGBT organizations in the area, we’re looking to advertisers to allow us the funds to increase our abilities in serving the community. The main page of the LAHR website will thus be opened up to advertising.

If your organization or business is interested, please e-mail our webmaster Melissa Cogswell at Melissa@focusmediagroup.com
for pricing and other information.

 

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