Scratch the surface, though, and you’ll see how this one case raises tough questions about the relationship between law, religion, and government--questions that will continue to define the next phase of the the struggle for queer equality and liberation.
InterQ is about the intersection of like-minded people caring about their own and others; businesses, caring about the intersection of business with community development, and caring for the LGBT community as it intersects with the larger community.
The 15 nominees were a mix of experienced NSRAP board members and those new to NSRAP. Each nominee present spoke for a moment to their desire for change. For those not present, prepared speeches were read. All nominations were accepted and elected to the board.
South Shore Rainbow Families is a group created by and for LGBTQ families (this is inclusive of LGBTQ parents and their children, as well as LGBTQ children and their parents), allies, prospective parents, and all other supporters, regardless of family size, ethnicity, culture, faith, or income level.
CKDU Radio planned a special show which focussed on the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. The International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia Rally at the Grand Parade outside was another step in the right direction. It brought to mainstream Halifax an awareness of the prejudice and discrimination.
A new video has been produced on the Allies at Dalhousie and is now available online. The production was designed and produced by George Woodhouse and Dillon Garland. A team of others was critical in the planning of this project, including Sarah-Jo Briand, Laura MacIntosh, Natalie Stocker, Gaye Wishart, and others.